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Hearts registered 30-man squad for CAF Championship

Hearts registered 30-man squad for CAF Championship

Hearts registered 30-man squad for CAF Championship

The reigning Ghana Premier League Champions, Accra Hearts of Oak has successful registered 30 players and officials on Monday that will be representing the club in the CAF Champions League for 2021-2022 season.

The Phobians will be playing in the CAF Champions League for the first time since 2015, and are hoping to make a mark.

The 2000 champions will begin their campaign against Guinean side Club Industriel de Kamsar in the preliminary round.

They will travel to Conakry for the first league on the weekend of 17-19 September, before welcoming them in Accra on the weekend of 17-21 September 2021 for the second league.

The winner in this tie will face off with Moroccans giant Wydad Athletic Club in October this year.

Below is the full squad:


Richard Attah
Richmond Ayi
Ben Mensah
Richard Baidoo


Fatawu Mohammed
Mohammed Alhassan
Nuru Sulley
James Sewornu
Caleb Amankwah
Sumaila Larry
Raddy Ovouka
Robert Addo Sowah
William Denkyi


Emmanuel Nettey
Ansah Botchway
Gladson Awako
Patrick Razak
Ibrahim Salifu
Salim Adams
Michelle Sarpong
Enock Esubonteng


Victor Aidoo
Razak Ali
Isaac Mensah
Kwadwo Obeng Jnr.
Afriyie Barnieh
Kofi Kordzi
Suraj Seidu
Agyenim Boateng
Issah Kakuh

Source: Karvi

Hearts registered 30-man squad for CAF ChampionshipHearts registered 30-man squad for CAF Championship

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