CAF Champions League: Al Ahly to arrive in Ghana on Wednesday ahead of Medeama showdown

No need to postpone the match – Medeama’s Moses Armah Parker reacts to Al Ahly’s request

Medeama owner, Moses Armah Parker, has made it clear that their upcoming CAF Champions League match against Al Ahly cannot be postponed due to scheduling conflicts at Baba Yara Stadium.

Al Ahly had requested the postponement of the game due to flight issues, but Parker has stated that there is no need to push the match to Saturday.

In an interview with, Parker stated, “We refuse to postpone the match until Saturday.” He continued, “Al-Ahly is on its way to Kumasi at the present time, and has the possibility of training today at the match stadium.”

He further explained, “We cannot postpone the match to Saturday because the stadium is busy on that day with another event. Therefore, there is no need to postpone the match and we cannot do that because the stadium is busy.”

Medeama’s chances of advancing to the next stage of the competition are uncertain, but a win could significantly improve their standing in Group D.

Meanwhile, Al Ahly has the opportunity to progress to the next stage with a victory against the Ghanaian team.

Despite the odds, the Ghanaian champions are determined to secure a win in Kumasi and upset the Egyptian giants.

Medeama will be heading into the crucial game with a healthy squad, as defender Nurudeen Abdulai, who missed previous games due to injury, has returned to full training and is available for selection.

The CAF Champions League resumes this weekend after a hiatus due to the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations in Ivory Coast. Medeama currently sits at the bottom of Group D with 4 points and must deliver an outstanding performance to progress to the next stage of the competition.