Mohamed Fadl: CAF does not mind the fans attending the Al-Ahly and Zamalek match

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Mohamed Fadl, a member of the FIFA Board of Directors, confirmed that the Confederation of African Football (CAF) does not mind the fans attending the final match of the African Champions League between Al-Ahly and Zamalek, which will be held next Friday at Cairo Stadium.

On the seventh day, Fadl said, “We are waiting for an official letter from CAF to announce their approval for the attendance of the masses, in accordance with the precautionary measures, provided that it is sent to the security authorities to take the final decision, especially since the time is short until the match.”

The African Champions League is witnessing a unique event, with the Egyptian giants Al-Ahly and Zamalek qualifying for the tournament final, scheduled for November 27th, in a historic event between Al-Ahly and Zamalek, As the first in history between the two great poles, and this final will be the first between two teams from one country in the continent of Africa.

The red genie is the most crowned in the African Champions League with eight titles, the first in 1982 and the last in 2013, and since then the Al-Ahly fans have dreamed of returning the title again to the Tatch Stadium, while the White Knight seeks to crown his sixth titles to increase his balance in the tournament that has been absent from its treasuries for 18 years, Where the last coronation was the 2002 season with the goal of Tamer Abdel Hamid in the net of Moroccan Raja.

Zamalek’s last appearance in the final match was 2016 to break a 14-year wait, but he did not win the title and lost to the Sun Downs (3-1) in the aggregate of the two matches, and the last appearance of Al-Ahly club was in 2018, only one year after appearing in the 2017 final, and lost to Please (4-3) on aggregate.

Al-Ahly qualified for the final match of the African Champions League after its victory over Moroccos Wydad, where the first leg that was held between the two teams at Mohammed V Stadium in Morocco ended with Al-Ahmar winning two goals without a response, before confirming his superiority in the second leg in Cairo, and winning three goals against a goal, To cross the semi-final round with a score of 1/5 in the aggregate of the two matches.

While Zamalek qualified for the African final after its victory over Moroccan Raja, where the first leg that was held at Mohammed V Stadium ended with the victory of the White Knight with a goal without a response before confirming his superiority in the second leg in Cairo and winning three goals against a goal to cross the semi-final with a score of 4/1 in total The two games

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