According to the African soccer association's assertion on Thursday afternoon, Orlando Pirates has been nominated for the CAF Club of the Year award.
The Buccaneers had a top run in the CAF Confederation Cup ultimate season, achieving their second final in seven years. However, they lost to RS Berkane in the remaining which was played in Nigeria in May, and it used to be additionally their 2nd CAF Confederations Cup ultimate defeat.
In 2015, after doing properly to attain that final with Eric Tinkler in charge of the first group as head coach, the Pirates lost to ES Setif on aggregate. Now, they locate themselves as the only South African team to be nominated for this category, and have been named amongst the different nine African teams.
Al Ahly who reached the CAF Champions League final where they lost to Wydad Athletic Club underneath Pitso Mosimane have also been nominated.
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