Another South African club puts their trip on hold due to higher numbers of covid infections.
By munyaifrank | self meida writer
Published 24 days ago - 336 views
Kaizer Chiefs trip to Morocco on hold. This follows the Morocconian side who were to host the South Africa. Giants kaizer Chiefs for their first group stage clash on the 13th of February. The Morocconian side are not keen to allow kaizer chiefs to enter their country because of the higher number of Corona virus infection in South Africa. The board will sit down and decide which team can win the match or where the match can be held out of Morocco. Waydad Casablanca released the state on the 10th of February that they don't want the South African side to enter their country because they might spread the infection of Corona virus. Kaizer chiefs are not the first South African club to be restricted to enter the country because of high numbers of Corona virus, Bloemfontein Celtic were also restricted on their Cap Confederation cup where they were knocked out.
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