Soccer News of Wednesday, 25 February 2015
Ghanaian side Hearts of Oak need a whopping GHS98,000 for their CAF Confederation Cup preliminary round return leg tie.
According to a CAF directive, all away teams in the inter-clubs competitions are to pay for their feeding, accommodation, and airfare.
Hearts are in a financially quandary after declaring a loss of GHS35, 679 in the first leg tie in Accra two weeks ago.
This means their bill will shoot up to GHS133, 679 (98,000 + 35,679) by the end the two-legged tie.
Hearts must defend their slim 1-0 win over AS Police in the return leg in Cotonou on Sunday.
Before making the trip to their West African neigbours, the Phobians will play Aduana Stars at the Accra Sports Stadium.