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Aduana Stars trekked from Ghana to Cote D’Ivoire in a six-hour journey to take on Asec Mimosa in their first group stage match at the Felix Houphoiet-Boigne Sport Stadium in Abidjan this evening.
This encounter will remain in the history folklore of the club as one of their biggest games on the Africa continent in their early times in African Club Competitions as Asec Mimosa remain giants in the continental club showpiece.
The euphoria and aura that surrounds this game soars in a monstrous style amongst fans of Aduana Stars who are, probably, making their first away support to the “Ogya” side outside the country.
Aduana Stars have reached this stage of the CAF Confederations Cup after exiting the final rounds of the CAF Champion League duly because of their teeming fans that rot every shape of grass to rally behind the team, which mostly have been at the Nana Agyemang Badu II Park at Dormaa since most of their away games have been in the East, Central or North Africa.
This time around the game against Asec Mimosa is just a stone throw for the fans to support the club in Abidjan, necessarily, including Ghanaians in Cote D’Ivoire leaving on the boarders of these two great nations.
The fans of Aduana Stars have been resounding in trumpeting how important it is for their side to get the most important victory against a difficult Asec Mimosa whose fulcrum are formed around players who know the Aduana Stars like Ahmed Toure and Komlan Agbeniandan who recently played in the Ghana Premier League.
The fans have seemingly dropped aside the unpopular poor records of Aduana Stars on the road in African Club football and are calling for a respectable scoreline against Asec Mimosa this evening.
Hello Ghana, each morning we are born again, what we do today is what matters most. We're up, doing fine & ready to start our @CAF_Online CC against @ASECMimosas in Abidjan today. Our Ogya fans are here in their numbers to rally behind us. Together we will make it.????????#GHPLwk12 pic.twitter.com/Iw8QDwbhPq— #2016/17LeagueChamps (@AduanaStarsFc) May 6, 2018
A victory for Aduana Stars will place them in a better position to make a way out of the group to the quarter finals of the CAF Confederations Cup should they make the Nana Agyemang Badu II Park at Dormaa a Waterloo for visiting club.
To achieve that, the fans have vociferously called for a good showing from the team in Cote D’Ivoire and will do their capable best to rally their support behind them to attain victory a famous victory.
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