After it was announced that Kaizer Chiefs have been denied Visa to enter Morocco for their first ever group stages fixture against Waydad Casablanca, Chiefs' Football Manager Bobby Motaung have spoken and he claims the CAF never loved his side.
Amakhosi was suppose to face Casablanca on Saturday the 13th, but the game is.ao far hanging not knowing what will happen, Motaung have allegedly put the blame on CAF accusing them of not loving the Glamour Boys.
According to DStv Premiership News, Motaung is still crying over the transfer ban which was imposed upon them, and he relates it with the Visa issue.
"CAF Champions League never loved us from the history of the club, we were banned for uncertain things and look what recently happened VISA drama," the publication reports.
As it stands, the rules favours Amakhosi to be awarded three points and two goals if the home team fails to organise the venue for the game.
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