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Who Meets Who In The Round 32 Of The Normalization Committee Knockout Competition?

The dice has been cast. Who represents Ghana at the CAF Confederation Cup? It is going to be a do or die affair when teams from the premier league lock horns with teams from the lower divisions. Is it going to be the abridged version of the “obiaa ny3 obiaa” competition?

The draw for the Round 32 of the GFA normalization committee knockout competition has been cast. It is divided into two zones; northern zone and southern zone. The matches would start on 29th May 2019.

NORTHERN ZONE

In the northern zone, it would be a regional derby between Ashantigold and Asokwa Deportivo FC. Medeama would lock horns with Gold star at the Tarkwa T&A park. Former FA cup champions, New Edubiase would lock horns with Young Apostles. Samatex 1996 would be hoping to have a walk over Tamale City.

The Porcupine Warriors( Ashanti Kotoko) would be hoping to tear Real Tamale United into pieces. Wa Suntaa would face Nkoranza Warriors. The ‘Ogya boys’ (Aduana) would face their regional rivals, Berekum Arsenal. Brong Ahafo United would be hoping to qualify to the round of 32 at the expense of Kintampo FC.

SOUTHERN ZONE

The scientific soccer lads, Liberty Professionals, would be aiming for the skies against Skyy FC. Who would devour who? This question would be answered when Elmina Sharks host Hearts Of Lions. Tudu Mighty Jets would also welcome Proud United while the in-form Accra Hearts Of Oak host Uncle T United.

It would be a sensational local derby at the land of Nzema where Karela United would lock horns with Nzema Kotoko. Unistar Academy would play against Tema based Amidaus Professionals. Kotoku Royals would also welcome Tema Youth while Vision FC battle it out with Young Wise.

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