Wednesday 14 October 2020
Faouzi Lakjaa, president of the Royal Moroccan Football Federation, a member of the executive office of the Confederation of African Football and the second deputy of CAF, said that he dreams of seeing a super African that brings together two Moroccan teams.
Al-Ahly is scheduled to meet Wydad next Saturday, while Zamalek will face its counterpart Raja in the first leg of the African Champions League semi-finals.
During televised comments on the sidelines of the delivery of Raja the league championship, Lakjaa said: “The crowning of Raja with the league title (the professional championship) was deservedly deserved.”
He added: “The national football came out victorious after the curtain fell on the local league in exceptional and difficult health conditions.”
He explained: “My attendance at the Raja celebrations is an honor for me, good luck for Wydad and the rise of Borkan in the upcoming tournaments.”
He concluded: “I hope that we will meet here on the sixth of next November to hand over the African Champions League title to Wydad or Raja. My dream is to see a Super African between two Moroccan teams.”
It is worth noting that there are also two Moroccan teams that qualified for the Confederation Cup semi-finals, where the Pyramids are scheduled to meet Houria Conakry of Guinea, while Nahdet Berkane will face his counterpart Hassania Agadir.