Kaizer Chiefs have issued an replace on their visa issues forward of their CAF Champions League match towards Wydad Athletic in Morocco.
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The statement learn:
Due to the maintain up with the issuing of visas to Morocco and lack of communication from the Moroccan soccer federation and authorities on the matter that includes Kaizer Chiefs travelling to the north African nation, Amakhosi has had no possibility however to transfer their journey to Thursday, pending the decision of the matter and co-operation from all of the related events.
Kaizer Chiefs confirmed that the membership has fulfilled all the necessities wanted for his or her journey, together with all Covid-19 protocols for his or her journey.
After all of the planning and once more ready on the Moroccan Embassy in Pretoria, the membership have nonetheless not been issued with visas required for entry into Morocco for his or her maiden CAF group stage match towards Wydad Athletic.
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The membership stays in limbo as all strains of communication appear to have been shut down because the membership and SAFA haven’t obtained any correspondence from the Moroccan authorities on this matter.
We will proceed to collaborate with SAFA and the SA Embassy in Morocco to attempt to interact CAF in order that we are able to get the matter resolved.
The membership continues to be ready for the issuing of visas and can as soon as once more try to acquire visas from the Moroccan Embassy in Pretoria tomorrow morning.
In the meantime, the membership continued with the late coaching session in preparation for the journey.
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