The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has taken a number of important decisions regarding the match CAF Champions League Final It is scheduled to be held next Saturday between Al-Ahly and Kaizer Chiefs.
CAF decided to apply the medical bubble system to the Al-Ahly and Kaizer Chiefs teams during the presence of the two teams missions in Morocco, and the two clubs were notified of this decision to fully comply with it.
The CAF decision to implement the medical bubble system came in light of the officials desire to take the match to safety and confront the outbreak of the Corona virus at the present time.
Kef decided to submit to my mission Al-Ahly and Kaizer Chiefs Two swabs for Corona, one of which is before any team leaves for his country, and the second is just 48 hours before the match, under the full supervision of the CAF Medical Center.
CAF decided to limit the press conference for the final to coaches and players only, and broadcast it on the official website.
The final match between Al-Ahly and Kaizer Chiefs will be held without a public presence, based on the desire of the Moroccan authorities, who categorically refused to attend any fans in the match due to the intensive spread of Corona during the current time.
CAF Champions League Final Referee
CAF chose Pacific Ndabehawenimana as a referee for the match, assisted by Cameroonian Elvis Ngogoi, Ugandan Lee Okello, and Moroccan Radwan Gaid was appointed as a referee for the video technology, with his compatriot Zakaria Princi assisting him.
Al-Ahly club qualified for the final of the African Champions League for the second year in a row after eliminating Tunisian Esperance from the semi-finals, while Kaizer Chiefs eliminated the Moroccan Wydad Casablanca team.
The absence of Nasser Maher and Ahmed Ramadan Beckham, players of the first football team in Al-Ahly Club, was confirmed from participating with the team against Kaizer Chiefs in the… CAF Champions League Final .
The confirmation of the absence of Nasser Maher and Ahmed Beckham due to their joining the ranks of the Olympic team in its closed camp residing in Cairo, in preparation for the competitions of the Olympic Games scheduled to be held in Tokyo during the month of July.
The decision to join Nasser Maher and Ahmed Ramadan Beckham to the Egyptian Olympic team camp came in coordination between Shawky Gharib, Madab Al-Pharaohs and Musimani, Al-Ahly’s technical director, with the other quartet Mohamed El-Shennawy, Taher Mohamed Taher, Akram Tawfik and Salah Mohsen joining the Olympic team after entering the final of the African Champions League.