Libyan side, Al Tahaddi, has threatened to pull out of the second leg clash with Ghana Premier League champions, Aduana Stars, in the CAF Champions League.
Dr Khalid Kwafi, who is the President of the club, has insisted that his side will boycott the crucial game on Wednesday if management of Aduana Stars fails to fly them from Kumasi to the match venue in Dormaa.
“The distance from Kumasi to Dormaa is more than 200 kilometres,” he told Kumasi-based Oyerepa FM.
“Aduana didn’t tell us so it doesn’t make me under any circumstance to go to Dormaa to play the match so I have sent a complaint to FIFA, CAF and GFA so we are waiting for them.”
“I have told Alex Asante about it and waiting for the Libyan Ambassador also. There’s no way we can lose this points. Should this happen, we will sue CAF and Aduana I mean it.
“CAF’ s regulations stipulate that if the playground away from the capital is more than 200 kilometres the match will be played in the capital so tell them I am not playing the game.
“I have told the Libyan FA about it or we compromise to play in Kumasi” he concluded.
Aduana Stars lost the first leg 1-0 in Egypt.
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