The CAF Final is going to be a true test for Chiefs. Catch the debate on the Carwash by clicking on the podcast player below!
With the CAF Champions League coming to a close, all eyes will be watching Kaizer Chiefs as they appear in their first-ever Champions League final, during a season that has been an emotional rollercoaster for fans. Football matches don’t get bigger than this, Chiefs vs Al Ahly, Chiefs vs Pitso, who will prevail as Champions of Africa? Speaking on the SL Podcast’s ‘The Carwash’ former Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns star Teko Modise states that “This match, is David vs Goliath.” With Al Ahly being the favorites, a true underdog story can be made from Chiefs’ season if they can just add the cherry on top; only 90 minutes separate these two teams from continental victory.
With Pitso ‘Jingles’ Mosimane having coached in South Africa, more specifically Sundowns, he will be well aware of the dangers that Kaizer Chiefs pose, and with the starting line-up Al Ahly have announced, the awareness of those dangers is prominent. “He knows how to trigger Nurkovic,” says Teko Modise during the conversation and analysis of the CAF Champions League Final.
In the latest episode of The SL Podcasts’ “The Carwash,” former Mamelodi Sundowns and Orlando Pirates star Teko Modise joins former Mamelodi Sundowns and Ajax Cape Town goalie Sean Roberts to discuss, breakdown and preview the CAF Champions League final which features Kaizer Chiefs for the first time in history, with a staggering reputation in the competition, Al Ahly will be incredibly tough to beat, but never say never. Later in the show, the crew is joined by Soccer Laduma International news Correspondent Kurt Buckerfield to talk about Magical Messi, a breakdown of the European Championship final, as well as international transfer ‘Bizniz.’ The gents also give thanks to Reneilwe “Yeye” Letsholonyana for being such a magnificent servant of the game, the COSAFA Cup semi-final draw as well as the return of Gavin Hunt.
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