All or nothing: Al Ahli faces the Kaiser Chiefs in the Champions League final

All or nothing: Al Ahli faces the Kaiser Chiefs in the Champions League final

All or nothing: Al Ahli faces the Kaiser Chiefs in the Champions League final

If the Kaiser Chiefs, who are in the final for the first time, defeat nine-time champion Al Ahli in Morocco's economic capital Casablanca, then a shocking CAF Champions League season will have another season on Saturday. 
 Many of the millions of people who support the Egyptian and African giants Ahli believe that the results of the Mohammed V Stadium are unquestionable, their only problem is the Red Devils of Cairo led by Mohamed El Chenawi The winning percentage. 
 However, when the game began in November last year, the Chiefs were still an outsider and the South African club had overcome the enormous possibility of reaching the final. 
 Although they are the two giants of African football, the two teams have only met once. Ahli won 41 points in a one-off CAF Super Cup match held in Cairo in 2002. 
 Ahly entered the 2021 final by winning 8 games, 3 draws and 1 game, defeating Group A champion Simba in Tanzania in the minor league stage. 4,444 people won a record 21 CAF championships in four games, the Cairo club scored 23 goals, 5 of which were from top scorer Mohamed Sharif, and only 6 were lost en route to Casablanca. 
 With the youthful South African Chiefs fan Pitso Mosimane, if Ahly wins, he will be tied for five titles with Tunisian Faouzi Benzarti and become the most successful African coach in CAF club competition. 
 He selected his own team from Egypt, Tunisia, Mali and Nigeria. Since he replaced the Swiss Renweiler in September last year, he has won 36 of 50 matches and 10 draws in all competitions, 4 losses. 
 Among its stars are Elchenawi, considered the best goalkeeper in Africa, defender Ali Maru, midfielders Aliu Deen and Mohamed Afsha Magdi and forward Sharif. 
 Although Moximane has a large number of television footage of the boss, he still labels Soweto as "mysterious" and "difficult to analyze." 
 In addition, perhaps playing a mental game, he said that the South African "scored a lot and conceded a lot of goals" in the Champions League this season. 
 In fact, Amakhosi (Chiefs) averaged less than one goal per game in Africa, scoring 12 goals in 14 qualifiers, group stages, quarter-finals and semi-finals. 
 11 clean goals 
 They gave Casablanca 4, Simba 3, Guinea's Horoya two, but they also had 11 clean goals. 
 "I have a conflict with the boss," Mosiman admitted. "I am a South African and he plans to bring down my countrymen. 
 "However, this is about me, my family, and my team. They are first. Either I want to give my championship medal to the Chiefs or leave it to myself, I think you (the media) know this The answer to the question. 
 "Ahly is not a charity or charity that issues stars (Championship medals). We want to win what they call ‘El Ashra’ (10th championship) in Egypt. "
 Chiefs coach Arthur Zwane was a member of the team that was defeated by Ahli in the Super Bowl 19 years ago when an Egyptian goal scored him. Goalkeeper Essa El Hadary from the punt. 
 said that the desire to please the club's chairman and former star Kaiser Modang was the main driving force for the disadvantaged. Their only CAF success came from the now-defunct African Cup Winners' Cup in 2001. 
 "Kaiser formed this club 51 years ago and made it the most successful club in South Africa, but we have not won any championships since 2015. It is time to change this unacceptable statistic." 
 The Chiefs will feature a tight defense headed by center Eric Matoho. They can choose from three excellent goalkeepers: Nigerian Daniel Akpey, Itumeren Kune and Bruce Bu horse. 
 Zimbabwe veteran Willard Katsande is combative, Nkosingiphile Ngcobo is creative in midfield, and Serbian forward Samir Nurkovic ( Samir Nurkovic is the clinical terminator on the ground and in the air. 
 Burundi Pacific Endaby Hawinimana will play the fourth final of the Champions League with North Africa with a 21-point advantage, the match between Egypt and South Africa.