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CAF announce the postponement of its annual Champions League final


The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has announced the Champions League semi-final and final will be moved to later dates.

The affected match is the battle between Egypt’s Zamalek and Moroccan giants Raja Casablanca, with the reason being an overwhelming number of Covid-19 positive cases in the Moroccan club camp.

The match, which is a second leg, was set for Sunday 3 November, with Al Ahly waiting for the winners in the final.

“Discussions continue between clubs & CAF experts to find a pattern complying with regulations and returning to play spirit. At this stage, the postponement of semifinal Zamalek vs Raja is certain. Constructive spirit on both sides. To be continued,” CAF announced on Twitter.

“2019/2020 Total CAF CL Final – At the request of Egyptian authorities, the final is now postponed. Official discussions are underway to find a new and suitable date. Stakeholders are working in good faith and Consultations are ongoing,” the note concluded.

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