By Angu Lesley
Football writer, kick442.com-Cameroon
South African Premier Soccer League side Kaizer Chiefs have arrived Cameroon and conducted the routine Covid-19 test ahead of their Sunday’s CAF Champions League showdown against PWD of Bamenda.
The Amakosi will confront the Abakwa boys in the opening fixture of the 2020-2021 CAF Champions League at the Omnisport Stadium in Ngeme – Limbe.
The multiple champions of the PSL left South Africa on Thursday and arrived Cameroon just after midday of this Friday.
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The Amakosi are back in the competition for the first time in four years and their first coming to Cameroon will see them confront Cameroon champions PWD.
The Glamour Boys arrived Cameroon this Friday morning- they flew out of South Africa on Thursday– first to Addis Ababa in Ethiopia – and landed in Douala-Cameroon. After that there is another 77km trip to the coastal town of Limbe, Sunday’s match venue.
In what will be the first fixture between both sides at the Omnisport Stadium in Limbe, is the first of a two-legged set of preliminary fixtures, with the second game taking place next week Friday at the FNB Stadium.
Chiefs lost their last game before departure to Cameroon on Tuesday against newly-promoted PSL side Swallow FC. The most successful Club in South Africa can boast of just two wins in eight games this season, scoring just five goals in that time.
They have also failed to win a silverware in the past five years and are hoping their seventh appearance in the CAF Champions league preliminary rounds marks the beginning of a new era in an already difficult season.
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