EXCLUSIVE: Atlabara-Berekum Chelsea clash moved to Khartoum due to crises in South Sudan
Berekum Chelsea’s CAF Champions League preliminary round return leg against FC Atlabara has been moved to Khartoum because of the political crises in South Sudan, GHANASoccernet.com can exclusively reveal.
The current political instability in the world’s new nation means the capital Juba will be unsafe to host the decider.
Neighbours North Sudan have jumped to their rescue and want to host the qualifier.
FC Atlabara suffered a 2-0 defeat in the first leg encounter played at the Berekum Golden City Park last Sunday.
The debutants have promised to overturn the result away from their favourite the 12,000 capacity Juba Stadium.
Chelsea reached the Group stage of the CAF Champions League two year ago.