Bosses have given a report on their stalemate with Moroccan authorities over the giving of their entrance visas into the country for their forthcoming CAF Champions League Group C installation.
What was intended to be a memorable encounter of leaving on the club's lady Champions League bunch stage crusade has been decreased to a strategic bad dream.
Amakhosi were expected to withdraw from OR Tambo International Airport on Wednesday night yet have needed to reschedule their trips for Saturday's apparatus to Thursday.
"Because of the hold up with the giving of visas to Morocco and absence of correspondence from the Moroccan football league and experts on the matter that includes Kaizer Chiefs venturing out toward the north African country, the club had no choice except for to move their movement to tomorrow, forthcoming the goal of the matter and collaboration from all the applicable gatherings," read an explanation from the club on Wednesday night.
"Kaizer Chiefs can affirm that the club has satisfied all the prerequisites required for their movement, including all Covid-19 conventions necessities for their excursion.
"After all the arranging and again holding up at the Moroccan Embassy in Pretoria, the club have still not been given with visas needed for passage into Morocco for their lady CAF bunch stage coordinate against Wydad Athletic.
"The club stays in an in-between state as all lines of correspondence appear to have been closed down as the club and SAFA have not gotten any correspondence from the Moroccan experts on this matter.
"We will keep on working together with SAFA and the SA Embassy in Morocco to attempt to draw in CAF so we can get the matter settled.
"The club is as yet sitting tight for the giving of visas and will indeed endeavor to acquire visas from the Moroccan Embassy in Pretoria tomorrow first thing.
"Meanwhile, the club proceeded with the late instructional course in anticipation of the outing."
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