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Kef officially announces: 5,000 fans for the Al-Ahly and Esperance match tomorrow in the African Champions League


The Confederation of African Football (CAF) announced its official approval for the attendance of 5,000 fans for the matches of Esperance of Tunisia, Al-Ahly of Egypt and Wydad Al-Ma’rabi with the South African Kaizer Chiefs in the first leg of the semi-finals of the African Champions League.


Esperance will host Al-Ahly at six in the evening tomorrow at the Olympic Stadium of Rades in Tunisia, while Wydad will receive Kaizer Chiefs at the Mohammed V complex in Casablanca at nine in the evening the same day.


The African Union confirmed, on its official website, that allowing the masses to attend came at the request of the host federation and the approvals of government and health authorities in Tunisia and Morocco.


CAF stressed that all medical precautions must be followed at all times in relation to COVID-19 health protocols.


The fans of the round witch are waiting for the upcoming confrontation that will bring together Al-Ahly of Egypt and Tunisia’s Esperance at exactly six o’clock in the evening tomorrow (Saturday), at the Olympic Stadium “Hammadi Al-Aqrabi” in Rades, in the first leg of the semi-finals of the African Champions League.


Today (Friday), Al-Ahly will finish its preparations to face Esperance, as South African coach Pitso Mosimane, coach of the red team, will put the final touches on the plan in which he will play the match.


Musimani is seeking to get a positive result in tomorrow's match, hoping to resolve the boarding pass from the return match in Cairo at Al-Ahly and Al-Salam Stadium on June 26.

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