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Last Updated: Saturday, 20 November, 2004, 17:48 GMT
Second leg moves to Abuja
Fans of Nigerian club Enyimba
Enyimba's fans will now have to travel to the Nigerian capital Abuja
Caf say that the second leg of the Champions League final between Tunisia's Etoile Sahel and Enyimba of Nigeria will now be played in Abuja and not Lagos as planned.

Originally Enyimba announced Lagos would host the 12 December match after Caf ruled that their home base, the Aba Township Stadium, could not meet its requirements.

However Suleiman Habuba, the director of communications at Caf told BBC Sport that reigning champions Enyimba had now changed the venue to Abuja.

He also confirmed that the first leg of the final would be in Sousse on 4 December.

The first leg of the all-Ghanaian Confederation Cup final between Asante Kotoko and Hearts of Oak will be in Accra on 28 November.

The second leg of that final will be at Asante Kotoko's home ground in Kumasi, nicknamed the Garden City.

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