Medeama and Kotoko have been given the nod by the Normalization Committee to represent Ghana in next year’s CAF Champions League and Confederation Cup respectively.
The two Clubs expressed their interest to play in Africa after the Normalization Committee had concluded not have any Ghanaian Club participate in next year’s inter-club competition after a meeting with Club owners in the country.
The committee after receiving a partition from the Clubs (Medeama and Kotoko) have decided to rescind its decision hence granting the two their wish.
Kotoko are still holders of the MTN FA Cup competition which ultimately make them eligible to play in the second-tier of Africa’s inter-club competition (CAF Confederation Cup).
Medeama on the other hand were top of the League table in the suspended Ghana Premier League which made the Normalization Committee accept their request to play in the Champions League.
The Mauves and Yellows last played in Africa in 2015 where they represented Ghana in the CAF Confederation Cup and reached the group stage of the competition.
Kotoko on the other hand were involved in the same competition last year where they suffered a second round elimination to Congolese Club CARA Brazzaville.
By Frank Darkwah