Caf has reduced Ghana’s slots for inter-clubs competitions starting next year due to past poor performances by representatives.

Ghana will now have two slots instead of the four-meaning champions Aduana Stars will vie for a Champions League place and runners-up AshantiGold compete in the Confederation.

Since 2006, no Ghanaian club side has been able to play in the money zone of the Caf Champions League.

Kotoko were the last Ghanaian side to play in the Group phase of the Confederation Cup in 2008.

Clubs have also in the past withdrawn from playing in Africa citing financial constraints.

Hearts of Oak won the Champions League in 2000 and the maiden edition of the Confederation Cup in 2004.

Rivals Asante Kotoko won the then African Cup of Champions Clubs twice in 1970 and 1983.

Source: Ghanasoccernet.com

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