South African Sports Minister Nathi Mthwethwa says that success for Kaizer Chiefs in the Caf Champions League final against Al Ahly will bring back home more than just the cup – offering much-needed positivity in a time of need in the country to fit in with Chiefs’ mantra of love and peace.
The minister released a short video via the Chiefs social media channels on Monday morning as the Glamour Boys look ahead to this weekend’s Caf Champions League final.
Next Kaizer Chiefs Match!
⚽️Kaizer Chiefs vs. Al Ahly
🗓️Saturday 17 July 2021
🏟Stade Mohammed V, Morocco
📢Operation: Going For Gold✌🏾#Amakhosi4Life #KCOneTeam #KCAfrica4Life #TotalCAFCL #KCGoingForGold pic.twitter.com/zwjfPEYYdL
— Kaizer Chiefs (@KaizerChiefs) July 9, 2021
Chiefs face Al Ahly in Morocco on Saturday looking to lift their first-ever Champions League crown against their much-favoured opponents in Pitso Mosimane’s Al Ahly side.
With a dark cloud currently over South Africa due to massive issues caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, unrest and looting, Mthwethwa has asked Chiefs to bring back hope to the country with victory in the final.
Watch the full message here:
A special thanks to the Minister of Sport, Arts & Culture (@SportArtsCultur), @NathiMthethwaSA for the message of support as we prepare for Saturday’s #TotalEnergiesCAFCL Final. We are indeed GOING FOR GOLD!#KCGoldenGlamour #KCGoingForGold #Amakhosi4Life #KCOneTeam pic.twitter.com/lecu9JZBJh
— Kaizer Chiefs (@KaizerChiefs) July 12, 2021
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