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CAF Confederation Cup play-offs : Hearts of Oak Name 24-Man Squad For Algeria Trip To Face JS Saoura

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Hearts of Oak coach Samuel Boadu has named a 23-man squad for the game against JS Saoura of Algeria in the second leg of the CAF Confederation Cup play-offs.

The Ghana Premier League champions go into the second leg with a 2-0 lead in the first leg.

Goals from Salifu Ibrahim and Agyenim Boateng ensured the Phobians have that advantage ahead of the return leg on Sunday.

The Phobians have been handed a massive boost with the return of Salisu Ibrahim who has been declared fit to travel with the squad for the game.

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Hearts of Oak will depart to Algeria on Wednesday and are expected to arrive in the country on Friday for the game.

Below is the traveling squad

Team Hearts for Algeria;


Richard Attah
Richard Baidoo
Richmond Ayi
Mohammed Alhassan
Robert Addo Sowah
Nuru Sulley
James Serwornu
Raddy Ovouka
William Dankyi
Fatawu Mohammed
Larry Sumaila
Caleb Amankwah
Salim Adams
Frederick Ansah Botchway
Emmanuel Nettey
Gladson Awako
Isaac Agyenim Boateng
Suraj Seidu
Enock Asubonteng
Isaac Mensah
Daniel Afriyie Barnieh
Patrick Razak
Kofi Kordzi
Victor Aidoo


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