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Dreams FC touch down in Bamako ahead of CAF Confederations Cup quarterfinal first leg against Stade Malien

Ghana Premier League side Dreams FC have arrived in Bamako, Mali, in preparation for their CAF Confederations Cup quarterfinal first leg clash against Stade Malien.

The team departed from Ghana on Friday morning and safely landed in the Malian capital later that day.

The upcoming match, scheduled for Sunday, marks a significant milestone for Dreams FC as they continue their journey in the CAF Confederations Cup.

The Ghanaian side has shown impressive form throughout the tournament, overcoming several challenges to secure their spot in the quarterfinals.

The Ghana FA Cup holders travelled with 23 players, four management team members and nine technical staff led by Coach Karim Zito.

The much-anticipated game has been scheduled to take place on Sunday at 5pm as both teams will be seeking for favourable result.

Coach Karim Zito will be counting on experience forward John Antwi, having featured for a host of top clubs in Africa including Al Ahly and Pyramids FC.

The Ghana FA Cup holders have also been boosted by the return of trio Abdul Aziz Issah, Ofori McCarthy and Emmanuel Adjei. The trio played a huge role to help the Black Satellite secure gold at the just ended Africa Games.

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