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I think it will be historic if we win it here, says Pitso of Morocco final

Al Ahly coach upbeat despite Wydad Athletic having home ground advantage for Champions League final


Al Ahly coach Pitso Mosimane says his team have every belief they can upset Wydad Athletic at their home ground in Monday night’s Caf Champions League final at Stade Mohamed V in Casablanca in Morocco.

Mosimane said he knows it will be tough to beat the 2017 Champions League winners and 2019 runners-up at their 45,000-seat home venue (9pm SA time) as Ahly go in search of a third-straight title in the continent’s premier club competition.

Morocco have been seen in the past as influential in Confederation of African Football (Caf) decision-making. The choice of venue for the Champions League final to the north African powerhouse for a second year running, made at the semifinal stage in May, after Senegal withdrew its bid, was criticised by Mosimane...

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