More sad news for Chiefs, they are banned to play CAF at Morroco
By ThaboMandla | self meida writer
Published 23 days ago - 9622 views
Kaizer Chiefs was supposed to go and play against Wydad Athletic at Morroco for their first match of the group stages of the CAF champions league. The Moroccan government refuses to allow them to get into their country crying for their safety against COVID-19.
The matter of protecting Morroco country is said to be the main reason the match was cancelled.
It is said that Chiefs has already booked hotels for accommodation and every other thing that they felt that they will need in the country. they will now suffer the financial loss since Morroco does not want to give them their visa. They are forced to cancel everything out.
It is also confirmed that there is a letter that was written and sent to (CAF) Confederation of African Football asking that they must fixture the match in an alternative free country.
Both teams will be available to play given that they fixture the match in an alternative country.
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