Ajax, Wits in CCC; Chiefs in Champs

2016-02-11 06:00

Ajax Cape Town are believed to have made a U-turn in their decision to withdraw from the CAF Confederation Cup after assistance from SAFA.

The Urban Warriors confirmed last week that, regretfully, they would be withdrawing from this year’s CCC amid concerns for their players safety after their unfruitful attempts to get clarity on travel plans for their away leg this weekend.

However, the Siya crew has now been led to believe that South Africa’s governing body came to the party in helping discussions between Ajax and Segrada Esperanca of Angola, and that the games could now go ahead.

Ajax and Wits will take partin the CCC, while Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns will represent Mzansi in the CAF Champs.

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