CAF Confederations Cup: Dreams FC arrive in Ghana after Club Africain defeat in Tunisia

Published on: 28 November 2023

Ghanaian outfit Dreams FC are back in the country after their first CAF Confederations Cup group stage game against Club Africain of Tunisia.

The reigning FA Cup winners touch down at the Kotoka International Airport on Tuesday and will head to Kumasi to begin preparations for their second group game against Rivers United.

The Still Believes lads succumbed to a 2-0 defeat to Club Africain at the Stade Olympique Hammadi Agrebi in Radès on Sunday.

Club Africain seized control early, with an impressive team effort leading to a 5th-minute goal by Algerian forward Tayeb Meziani. Meziani before they extended their lead in the 19th minute when Dreams' goalkeeper Solomon Agbasi faltered in saving a long-distance effort from Srarfi.

Dreams FC will play host to Rivers United from Nigeria on Sunday at the Baba Yara Stadium and will be aiming for their first win in the group stage on home turf.

Meanwhile, the Still Believe lads will be without their captain, Abdul Jalilu who was red carded in their game against Club Africain.