The African Super Cup which will pit Wydad Casablanca (WAC) and RS Berkane (RSB) this evening at the Prince Moulay Abdellah sports complex in Rabat, is the result of long-term investment and commitment. date of Morocco for the promotion of football, said the president of the African Confederation of Discipline (CAF), Patrice Motsepe.
“Two clubs from the same country will compete in this Super Cup. It is the result of an investment made for several years by Morocco. I am sure that the future of Moroccan football will be brighter,” said the CAF president.
Morocco has invested in youth football for several years, added Motsepe, recalling that Morocco organized last July the best edition of the Women’s Africa Cup of Nations in the history of the competition.
According to the CAF President, “the 54 African countries must establish a similar partnership between the top of the State, the government and the population”, expressing in this sense his gratitude to King Mohammed VI for the support ‘He never ceases to bring to sport and football in particular.
“We must be inspired by the Moroccan model and Morocco’s support for sport,” he insisted.
“I came to Morocco to support the two best clubs in Africa. The confrontation between the WAC and the RSB will be a good poster. I wish them the best,” he said, noting that this meeting will be a better showcase for Moroccan and African football.
“I have just arrived from Qatar, where I attended the opening ceremony of the Lusail stadium. I am proud to see Morocco, Cameroon, Senegal, Ghana and Tunisia representing Africa at the 2022 World Cup,” he said.