The Fire Club will have to travel to Eastern part of Africa in their bid to make it to the group phase of the competition
Ghana Premier League champions Aduana Stars have been handed a relatively manageable opponents in the Caf Confederation Cup playoffs, after being eliminated from the Champions League by Algerian side E.S Setif 4-1 on aggregate.
The Fire Club will host the Malagasy club at the Nana Agyeman Badu Park I in Dormaa Ahenkro on April 8 before they travel to Stade Alexandre Rabemananjara in the city of Mahajanga for the return leg a fortnight later.
Fosa Juniors eliminated Kenyan side AFC Leopards in the preliminary round of the competition with an away goal rule after sharing the spoils 1-1 away and also drawing goalless at home. They later kicked out A.S Port Loius from Mauritius in the first round with a 3-0 aggregate scoreline which included a 2-0 away victory and will have to square it off with Aduana in the final stage.
Fosa Juniors, who are making their debut appearance in the Confederations Cup just like Aduana, have never won their country’s top-flight title but won the Cup de Madagascar (FA Cup) last season and are currently fifth on the Madagascar Ligue Des Champions with five points.
They are managed by Andre Watzel and the coach spent a couple of days in Kenya prior to their game against Leopards and watched the Super Cup game between his opponents and Gor Mahia, labelled them as a ‘disorganised’ side after the first leg.