Africa will come to a standstill tonight when Orlando Pirates face Morocco’s RS Berkane in the CAF Confederation Cup final!
The Buccaneers have made the journey to Uyo, Nigeria where the 2021/22 CAF Confederation Cup final will be held at the Godswill Akpabio International Stadium.
Orlando Pirates booked their place in the final after overcoming Libya’s Al Ahli Tripoli thanks to a 2-1 aggregate victory in the semi-finals.
While things might not be going according to plan for the Buccaneers in terms of their domestic campaign, the Mayfair side have produced a number stunning performances on the continent.
They’ll need one last incredible performance should they wish to go on and lift their first CAF Confederation Cup title tonight!
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Friday’s blockbuster CAF Confederation Cup final clash will be televised live on SuperSport PSL and SABC1.
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Ncikazi’s infamous rant on ill-treatment of Orlando Pirates!
“One, as Africans, let us change this mentality that when opponents come to Tanzania, you are so hostile to them that you treat them like animals,” the Orlando Pirates coach said following his side’s quarterfinal clash in Tanzania.
“We saw inhumane treatment everywhere we go. We were treated so badly, but this is a game of sports that should unite us. But what you get here are hostility and abuse.
“Why do Africans do this to other Africans? Do you really think the hostility that Orlando Pirates get when we come here … when Simba come to South Africa should we treat them that way?
“The treatment that we got from the stadium to the hotel, from the airport – why do you do this as Africans to other Africans? Are we going to improve the football in the continent?”
Goodman Mosele of Orlando Pirates during the DStv Premiership 2021/22 football match between Orlando Pirates and Swallows FC at Orlando Stadium, Johannesburg on 11 September 2021 ©Gavin Barker/BackpagePix