After Confederation of African Football was forced to reschedule the CAF Champions League game where Waydad Casablanca Athletic Club was suppose to host Kaizer Chiefs in Morocco because the Moroccan authorities refused Chiefs entry into the country, another South African club has also suffered the similar fate as they were refused entry into Algeria.
According to KCM Global Sports, Mamelodi Sundowns were fixtures to play Chabab Belouizdad sometime next week, but CAF will now be forced to change the date since the Algerian government have refused to allow Sundowns into their country.
"The Confederation of African Football has officially postponed the Champions League match between Chabab Belouizdad & Mamelodi Sundowns which was scheduled to be played next week as Algerian authorities refused entry," the Tweet reads.
Teams from the South part of the continent may have problems going forward when they participate in the continental club competition since there is a certain Corona Virus variant in the country which is more dangerous than any other one.
The fear of Covid-19 will be the stabling block to the teams from SA.
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