Ghanaian club Dreams FC have rejected FC Kallon’s request to play their CAF Confederation Cup second round second leg at the Southern Arena.
Dreams won the first leg by 2-1 at the Accra Sports Stadium on Saturday, and the return fixture was billed to be played at the Southern Arena in Bo City.
In a communique seen by this medium, Dreams emphasised that they will not grant FC kallon its consent to have played in Sierra Leone.
“Dreams FC wants to re-emphasis its position that it will not grant FC Kallon its concent to have the aforesaid match played at their preferred venue in Bo City.”
Consequently, we would be grateful for the confirmation of an alternate venue that meets the requirements and regulations governing this competition within the shortest possible time in order for us to finalise our plans for the match.”
It’s all to play for in the second round second leg as Kallon will look to surpass last season after they were eliminated in this stage by FC Future of Egypt.
Dreams reached this competition stage after a 3-2 aggregate victory over Milo FC of Guinea in August.
The second preliminary round of return fixtures is on 30 September 2023, as Karim Zito’s side faces an uphill task away from home. FC Kallon, Dreams will now played at the Samuel Kanyon Doe Sports Stadium.