Moroccan press reports revealed a surprise caused by Mauritanian Ahmed Yahya, match observer of Tunisian Esperance, and Moroccan sports club Wydad in the final leg of the African Champions League final in its last edition, which was held at the Stade Rades.
According to Moroccan “Sport 360”, Ahmed Yahya testified about the final match before the International Sports Court “Cass” in its last session on Friday.
The Moroccan website added that the match observer said in his testimony that Wydad did not withdraw from the final in front of Esperance because of the assistant video referee technique, pointing out that Ahmed Ahmed, the president of CAF, was asked to inform Bakari Jasama, the referee of the match at the time, to end the confrontation.
And Moroccan press reports also revealed the details of Ahmed Ahmed’s testimony before the “cup”, and indicated that he admitted that he had been subjected to many threats from officials of the Tunisian Esperance team in order to resolve the crowning procedures quickly and exclude Wydad, and that a revolution would erupt on the field by the audiences present. .
He noted that “Cass” listened through video technology to the Congolese Konstan Umaray, the first vice president of “CAF”, who in turn presented details that support his boss’s words and give some hope to the Wydad sport issue.