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African Super League to kick off in 2023, CAF boss Patrice Motsepe confirms

The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has affirmed that the an African Super League will be sent off the following month in Tanzania, with the esteemed competition set to start off in August 2023.

Last year at the Extraordinary General Assembly in Egypt, the 54 part affiliation "collectively casted a ballot to proceed" arranging the opposition and gave a command to CAF president Patrice Motsepe and the Executive Committee.

"The choice has now been taken to carry out the CAF Super League. It will begin in August 2023 and we will send off it during CAF's 44th Ordinary Assembly in Tanzania on August 10," Motsepe uncovered in an explanation on Sunday.

"We have been immersed with financial backers and patrons, who are restless to cooperate with us on the CAF Super League. It can possibly altogether inspire African football and to make it considerably more remarkable."

No further subtleties has been given viewing the opposition as all that will be revealed on Wednesday, 10 August at the send off.

Motsepe added: "We will be drawing in with partners over the course of the following couple of weeks to examine the mechanics of the competition and will deliver further subtleties in practically no time.

"A lot of the cash from the CAF Super League will be put once more into African football and some portion of the cycle includes giving $1 million consistently to all of CAF's 54 Member Associations as a commitment to football and youth improvement.

"We likewise need to seek increment the award cash for the people's CAF Champions Leagues."


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