New CAF Champions League Rules Put Kaizer Chiefs And Orlando Pirates in A Very Tight Spot Opinion
Source: Kickoff.com, CAF Champions League, Kaizer Chiefs, Orlando Pirates, Soccerladuma.com
Chiefs and Orlando pirates have no choice but to start having women's teams if they want to play CAF champions league from next season
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New Rules have Been Placed at The CAF Champions League Competition which Will Take Place From The Start Of The 2022/23 Season.
Apparently Tbe CAF President Dr Patrice Motsepe Announced just a Few Days Ago That There Will Be Changes taking Place from The CAF Tournaments.
Of One That Got Many People talking Would Be The One that States for Teams To Compete in The CAF Champions League Football they Must Have A Ladies Team in The Club.
Which Really is Something That Will change African Womens Football For The Better, but For Big Name Teams Like Kaizer Chiefs And Orlando Pirates Who Do Not have Any Squad For A women Team.
This Has Placed Them In A Tight Spot, as The CAF Champions League Football Is Very Much One That Many African Club play To Participate In, and For Kaizer Chiefs And Orlando Pirates a Plan Has To Made.
Or They Will Not Participate In The CAF Champions League Come the Start Of The 2022/23 Football Season, this Has Placed Kaizer Chiefs And Orlando Pirates In a Tight Spot.
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