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Moroccan Raja fans support Al-Ahly against Kaizer Chiefs in the final of the African Champions League

The fans of the Moroccan Raja Club are incited to greet the Al-Ahly team when the Red Genie bus travels to and from the training ground in light of the strong relationship that the Raja Club brings to the Red Castle, which is superior to its counterpart with Moroccan Wydad, and the fans of Raja were keen to confirm the Al-Ahly mission to encourage them in the final match against Kaizer Chiefs. In the final of the African Champions League, scheduled for nine in the evening, Saturday, in Casablanca.

The Al-Ahly and Kaizer Chiefs match tonight will be managed by Burundian referee Pacific Ndabehau, as referee, Elvis Nyuguwe and Lee Okello as assistants, while the fourth referee, Atogo Kastan, will be in charge of the video room, and referees Radwan Gaid and Zakaria Princi will be present in the video room.

Al-Ahly strengthened its number as the most African club in the number of times to reach the Champions League final for the 14th time in the history of its participation in the tournament, after having previously appeared in the continental final on 13 occasions.

Over the course of 13 previous finals for the king crowned on the throne of the continent of talent, he succeeded in achieving the title on 9 occasions, setting a record for the team in the number of times crowning the most important title on the continent, and was satisfied with the runner-up on 4 occasions.