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Official: Motsepe Launches CAF African Super League. Full details below;

CAF president Patrice Motsepe has authoritatively sent off the African Super League, with $100 million (R1.65 billion) available to all in the opposition. The greatest dignitaries in African football met at the Arusha Worldwide Meeting Place in Tanzania to hear what the president of CAF had attracted up to take African football forward. Africa is novel in that it could not hope to compare to the other world, taking everything into account, and as per the head of African football's overseeing body, he is quick to raise the norm of football on the mainland through the Super League.

It has been declared that 24 groups will be taking part in the competition, and keeping in mind that the opposition's arrangement and who its backers are stay hazy, the thought is for the new challenge is to produce sufficient cash to assist with elevating all aspects encompassing the delightful game in Africa.

Following the finish of the 44th CAF General Assembly, Motsepe reported the initiation of the Super League from August 2023, where the initial 24 members will get an underlying money increase in $2.5 million (R41.2 million) to assist with moves, transport as well as convenience, something the South African said has been an issue for clubs during the CAF Champions League.

"The African Super League is quite possibly of the most thrilling advancement throughout the entire existence of African football and the goal as far as the thing we are attempting to accomplish is exceptionally clear, number one is to ensure African club football is top notch and rivals the best on the planet," the previous Mamelodi Sundowns boss said, according to CAF television on YouTube.

"It's about finance too, compensations, my family possesses an African football club and what numerous players underscore is that football is a short vocation and during that profession you want to expand what you make, and my recommendation is dependably to contribute and to take care of yourself and your families.

"African clubs have never had a strong groundwork, monetarily to keep probably the best players in Africa, to remain in Africa, according to a pay viewpoint, they love the landmass, they need to be in Africa, so the monetary piece of club football is a basic issue and what we're expecting to do is work on the nature of football. "We really want to get the observers eager to watch nearby football so it's on par with watching football anyplace on the planet.

"We maintain that the part affiliations should develop youth football, ladies' football, employ the best individuals and furthermore pay them serious compensations. "One of the most concerning issues of the top clubs in the ongoing CAF Champions League is they pay truckload of cash on transport on convenience and when they win, the cash they get doesn't legitimize or make up for the tremendous costs they've attempted. "We will likely involve $100 million as prize cash and to do that consistently in the African Super League, so the club that wins gets $11.5 million."

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