Medeama owner Moses Armah ‘Parker’ is firm in his belief that his team is destined for the quarterfinals of the CAF Champions League, following their impressive win on Friday.
Despite facing an early setback against Al Ahly in the group stage, the Ghanaian champions staged a remarkable comeback, securing their first group stage victory against Algerian side CR Belouizdad. The 2-1 triumph at the Baba Yara Stadium featured goals from Daniel Lomotey and Kamaradini Mamudu.
Expressing confidence in Medeama’s potential in the competition, “Medeama will, without a doubt, advance to the quarterfinals in the CAF Champions League,” Moses Armah Parker stated firmly, during an interview with Akoma FC in Kumasi.
The upcoming challenge for Medeama involves a face-off against Young Africans from Tanzania in their third group game at the Baba Yara Stadium this weekend.
Despite the toughness and experience of their opponents, the Yellow and Mauves are buoyed by their recent historic qualification to the group stage, overcoming Remo Stars and Horoya AC in the preliminary round.
They now aim to continue their journey in the competition and make a significant impact.