- The place and date for Kaizer Chiefs' match against Morocco's Wydad Casablanca has been revealed
- According to reports, Amakhosi will be going face to face with Wydad in Egypt the home ground of Pitso Mosimane's Al Ahly
- Locals have spared no time in sharing their thoughts on the time and especially the location of the match
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After a lot of back and forth, the location for the Kaizer Chiefs versus Wydad Casablanca CAF fixture has been set. Recent reports reveal that the match will take place in Egypt, the home of Pitso Mosimane's Al Ahly.
According to a tweet made by Wydad Casablanca, the match date is yet to be confirmed but the dates they are looking at are between the 16 to the 20th of February this year. The team also went on to thank the Egyptian Ministry of Youth and Sports and the Egyptian Federation with who they have "fraternal relations".
Meanwhile, locals headed to the comment section of their post to share their thoughts about Chiefs getting the opportunity to play in the same field where Al Ahly has played. Many also joked about the game finally happening despite all the drama.
Read a few of their comments below:
Mthetheleli Lucky Madikane said:
"The AL AHLY Technical team lead by our own Jingles will visit u in the dressing room. Good luck Makhosi, we need those points mazize ekhaya."
Lesiba Morobi said:
"It looks like the dream of Kaizer Chiefs' dream of facing Al Ahly will partially come true. This time, against WAC at Al Salaam stadium. I hope they won't be intimidated by the venue itself and choke."
Lebogang Koekemoer said:
"Chiefs at Al ahly? I don't see Norkovic coming back from this Trip."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that The Kaizer Chiefs website recently released another statement regarding their travel woes for a CAF fixture that is meant to take place in Morocco in a few days. According to the statement, the team is still on the fence about the trip.Kaizer Chiefs' cancelled Moroccan trip cost the club around R1 million
This is because they have yet to receive any communication on a way forward by the Moroccan authorities about whether or not they will receive special visas to enter the country since they had still not received their visas for the trip besides the fact that they had made all the necessary arrangements quite well in advance.
"Due to the hold up with the issuing of visas to Morocco and lack of communication from the Moroccan football federation and authorities on the matter that involves Kaizer Chiefs travelling to the north African country.
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