Deputy Black Stars coach Maxwell Konadu has urged Ashgold to take advantage of the continental platform to make Ghana proud in the CAF Champions League.
The Miners by virtue of winning the league will participate in the next edition of the CAF Champions League.
And deputy Black Stars boss Maxwell Konadu says the club must do all within its power to represent the nation in the best possible way.
“I encourage Ashgold and their management to do well next season because in Ghana we need a team to go to Africa and make us proud,” Konadu told Citi fm.
“Winning the league is one thing and defending it is another, they have to plan ahead, now they will play in Africa and at the same time play in the local league which is where the difficulty lies as they have to plan and strategize very well to excel in the competition.”
Ashgold reached the final of the CAF Championship league in 1997 losing to Raja Casablanca on penalties.
Meanwhile, the technical team of Premier league side, Aduana Stars have put nine players including goalkeeper Razak Issah on transfer.
That, according to officials of the team, would pave the way for management to recruit new players to strengthen the team for the new season.
The trio are joined by Yao Nyarko, Richard Sanyo, Richard Wiafe, Eric Asiedu, James Abban and Zubeiru Fuseini.
The rest are Richard Addai, Bismark Boamah, and Obeng Kwadwo jnr. and Opoku Asare.
The former Ghana Premier League champions are also in talks with other clubs to sign few players to augment their squad for 2015/16 season.