After the first part of Ligue 1 with the title of champion mid-term in his pocket, ASEC Mimosas attack the African Cup. She gets the APEJES Football Academy of Mfou(Cameroon), this Sunday, March 12, from 16:00, at the Robert CHAMPROUX Stadium, as part of the game go the first 16es final of the Confederation Cup.

ASEC Mimosas will negotiate its place for the second final of the Confederation Cup16es in a double confrontation, in the space of a week, with the Cameroonians of APEJES Football Academy of Mfou. In the first round, in Abidjan, the goal for the yellow and black will win and take a good option for the qualification. After the match ofthe 13th day of League 1 where she confirmed his title of champion mid-term, Mimos engaged in preparations for this important meeting. Between lurid workouts andprotection of players, everything is done to put the team in the best conditions before this Sunday.

Even if the APEJES is unknown to the general public sports, we have an idea of Cameroonian football is physical commitment and willingness to let nothing. The APEJEShas a little demonstrated these qualities by eliminating Gambians Tally (Senegal), inthe preliminary round. After 3 days of the Elite One (Cameroon Championship), theteam occupies the 9th place in the standings. She realized his first victory (20) against Union Douala, last Sunday, after a draw and a defeat.

The ideal scenario for Siaka TRAORE, the coach of ASEC Mimosas, would be: to winwith at least two clear goals without taking a. To achieve this goal, the team needs of shareholders, who will have to make many moving to the Robert CHAMPROUX Stadium, this Sunday, to build the ’12th man’ and push it to victory, before the return leg, the following weekend.

The program of matches in the first final 16es
Friday, March 10, 2017


Smouha (Egypt) ULINZI Stars Football (Kenya)
ZESCO United (Zambia) the Messenger of Ngozi FC (Burundi)
Mouloudia Algiers (Algeria) FC Renaissance Club (Congo)
Saturday, March 11, 2017

Clube Recreativo (Angola) Ngezi Platinum Stars FC (Zimbabwe)
SM Sanga Balende (Congo) Al Hilal (Sudan) Elobied
Star (Congo) youth sports of Kabylia (Algeria)
Vipers Sports Club (Uganda) Platinum Stars (South Africa)
AS Kaloum (Guinea) stiffened Ittihad of Tanger (Morocco)
One creators (Mali) Ray Sports (Rwanda)
CS Sfaxien (Tunisia) Yong Sports Academy (Cameroon)
Sunday, March 12, 2017

Club Africain (Tunisia) RSLAF FC (Seychelles)
ASEC Mimosas (Côte d’Ivoire) APEJES FA (Cameroon)
Djoliba AC (Mali) Al Masry Club (Egypt)
Maghreb AS Fez (Morocco) SC Gagnoa (Ivory Coast)
Azam Football Club (Tanzania) Mbabane Swallows (Swaziland)
El Ahly Shandy (Sudan) Supersport United (South Africa)