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Heroic Kaizer Chiefs claw remarkable draw in Conakry to reach Champions League quarters

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Heroic Kaizer Chiefs claw remarkable draw in Conakry to reach Champions League quarters
Marc Strydom"> By Marc Strydom - 10 April 2021 - 23:20
Kaizer Chiefs have qualified for the CAF Champions League quarter-finals after securing a 2-2 draw away to Horoya on Saturday night.
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Kaizer Chiefs’ tenacity kept them in contention throughout their Group C campaign for the Caf Champions quarterfinals‚ and it was a remarkable fighting performance in Conakry on Saturday night that saw them reach that stage with a dramatic 2-2 draw against Horoya.
In fact Gavin Hunt’s men clawed their way through a tough 90 minutes with such menacing tenacity that Amakhosi‚ having just completed their first-ever group stage‚ now might even fancy their chances of an upset in the quarters too.

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Kaizer Chief have reached the quarterfinals of the Caf Champions League for the first time in their history. This after 2-all draw away to a Guinea club, Horoya Athletic Club, on Saturday evening.  

Kaizer Chiefs through to CAF Champions League KO stage after sensational comeback

Kaizer Chiefs twice rallied from behind to claim a 2-2 draw with Horoya AC in an entertaining Champions League Group C encounter in Conakry on Saturday evening.

Kaizer Chiefs player ratings as Khune shines against Horoya AC

Goal rates the performance of the Kaizer Chiefs players following the Soweto giants' draw against Horoya AC in the Caf Champions League game on Saturday.

Itumeleng Khune to miss out on Doctor Khumalo's record of club starts

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Apr 10, 2021 - 08:00 am
By Lovemore Moyo
Itumeleng Khune will become the latest star to have unsuccessfully attempted to break Doctor Khumalo’s long standing record of most starts for the club if he is to leave Kaizer Chiefs at the end of the season. 
Khumalo went up to 397 starts through the three spells that he had as a player at Chiefs between 1987 and 2002.
The darling of South African football, who also played in Argentina and USA, started his last game for AmaKhosi in the 2000/01 season when his games count from the first whistle went up to 19.
Though he continued playing in the next season he didn’t start a single game and went on to not feature again in the next two seasons despite being still registered as a player who doubled up as an assistant coach.

Horoya AC vs Kaizer Chiefs Preview: Kick-off time, TV channel, squad news

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On Friday, Horoya published a list of 24 players available to face Chiefs and key players do feature in that group.
The likes of attackers Ocansey Mandela, Sekou Keita, Burkina Faso defender Abass Traore and Mohamed Wonkoye are in.
However, Ghanaian centre-back Godfred Assante does not appear on that list selected by coach Lamine N’Diaye.
Chiefs are a heavily depleted side especially upfront where two key players are unavailable.
They arrived in Conakry without suspended Samir Nurkovic who was red-carded in their last group match against Wydad Casablanca at home seven days ago.
Goalkeeper Daniel Akpeyi was also shown a red card in that match and did not make the trip to Guinea, leaving Itumeleng Khune almost sure to start in goals on Saturday.

CAF Champions League match report Horoya v Kaizer Chiefs 10 April 2021

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Apr 10, 2021 - 07:43 pm
By Staff Reporter
Kaizer Chiefs qualified for the CAF Champions League quarter-finals after coming from behind twice for a 2-2 draw against AC Horoya in a Group C clash on Saturday evening.
The suspensions of Daniel Akpeyi and Samir Nurkovic allowed the Amakhosi head coach Gavin Hunt to hand Itumeleng Khune and forward Khama Billiat starts in this crunch group stage finale.
As expected, the South African giants targeted a fast start in the first 12 minutes of the match and came close with a snap shot from Njabulo Blom going wide.
Horoya began to threaten shortly before the midway stage as a dangerous-looking header inside the area from Yakhouba Barry flew off target.

Brian Baloyi offers advice to Itumeleng Khune over Kaizer Chiefs

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As earlier reported by 
KickOff.com, Khune is expected to leave Chiefs at the end of the season, with an overseas move already lined up.
The 33-year-old shot-stopper has lost the number one jersey to Daniel Akpeyi and Ronwen Williams at the club and Bafana Bafana respectively.
Baloyi believes a move abroad could well afford him an opportunity to prove that he remains among the best goalkeepers ever produced in the country.
"Everyone at some point will have a dip in form in their careers. For Itu, when he started and he was young, he never had much challenges. Everything  was rosy," Baloyi tells this website.

Kaizer Chiefs permutations for CAF Champions League qualification

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Apr 8, 2021 - 06:24 pm
By Lovemore Moyo
Kaizer Chiefs have a clear mission to achieve as they go in search of CAF Champions League knockout stage qualification... here's what they need to do.
Chiefs will arrive in Guinea Conakry to face an opponent that has reached the last-eight stage of Africa's elite club competition in two of the last three editions.
Gavin Hunt's side are tied with Horoya on eight points and the battle to determine who takes the second qualification ticket from Group C will be decided at the Stade du 28 Septembre on Saturday (21h00).
Amakhosi are chasing a scoring draw or win but need to avoid a goalless stalemate to secure passage into the CAF Champions League quarter-finals.

Kaizer Chiefs vs Stellenbosch FC Preview: Kick-off time, TV channel, squad news


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Amakhosi will be without midfielder Njabulo Blom, who is suspended after accumulating four yellow cards. Eric Mathoho and Dumisani Zuma both missed the match against Wydad through injury and are not expected to feature in Soweto.
In goal, Itumeleng Khune did well after replacing Daniel Akpeyi when he was red-carded on the weekend in the Champions League. Akpeyi won’t be suspended for domestic duties, but may still miss out to Khune.
Darrel Matsheke will be available after serving his suspension in the match against Orlando Pirates last month.
Stellies midfielder Mpho Matsi remains a long-term injury victim for the Cape team, who otherwise should have a clean bill of health and do not have any suspensions.

Gor Mahia's Mathews reveals Khune, Origi inspiration and talks superstition


The former Kariobangi Sharks star also spoke about the advantages one enjoys at
K'Ogalo compared to the other Football Federation Premier League sides.
"The biggest difference is that Gor Mahia is a door-opening club that one can be spotted easily by any club that wants a quality player," explained the goalkeeper.
In his first season at Gor Mahia, Mathews participated in a Caf assignment for the second time and said a game against Algeria's CR Belouizdad - which eliminated them from the Champions League this season - was his toughest game.
"The toughest game at Gor Mahia was against CR Belouzidad of Algeria," he said. "Having socked in six goals in that encounter and making a couple of saves, I had learnt a lot and it made me challenge myself on improving on various areas to be the best."

Ahly salvage last-gasp draw, Kaizer Chiefs win with nine men


Ahly salvage last-gasp draw, Kaizer Chiefs win with nine men
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Kaizer Chiefs of South Africa defeated Wydad Casablanca of Morocco in the CAF Champions League Saturday despite having Nigeria goalkeeper Daniel Akpeyi sent off in the first half Giuseppe CACACE AFP/File
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Defenders Badr Benoun and Yassir Ibrahim scored to spare the blushes of title-holders Al Ahly of Egypt Saturday, and Kaizer Chiefs of South Africa won with nine men on a dramatic CAF Champions League matchday 5.
Ibrahim equalised four minutes into added time after Benoun converted a penalty as Ahly snatched a 2-2 Group A draw away to bottom club Al Merrikh of Sudan in Omdurman to seal a quarter-finals place.

Kaizer Chiefs player ratings as Parker and Ngezana dazzle against Wydad Casablanca


Quiet match from the 21-year-old sensation. 
Ngcobo found it difficult to break down the lines, but the creative midfielder worked hard off the ball.
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Couldn't impose himself against the two-time African champions.
Mashiane couldn't link up well with his teammates and he was replaced by Ramahlwe Mphahlele. 
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Poor game from the Serbian.
Nurkovic couldn't influence the game much as he was often isolated and he was left frustrated which led to him collecting two yellow cards and he was sent off. 
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Itumeleng Khune - 7/10
Commanded his area very well after replacing Manyama and he produced a crucial save to keep the visitors at bay. 

Compared to Kaizer Chiefs, Orlando Pirates' success this season has come back to haunt them


The likes of Deon Hotto, Thabiso Monyane and Thembinkosi Lorch also remain sidelined.
Apart from Monare, Maela and Hlatshwayo, two other Pirates players - Ben Motshwari and Vincent Pule - were also in the national team squad which travelled across the continent to Sudan last week.
Hotto, meanwhile, is integral to the Namibian side and Gabadinho Mhango is an important part of the Malawi team, when fit.
The vast array of Pirates’ internationals, some of whom are now injured, is in contrast to the situation at Kaizer Chiefs.
From Chiefs’ starting XI against Wydad Casablanca in the Caf Champions League on Saturday, it was only Itumeleng Khune who had been involved internationally recently – he was an unused sub in the 2-1 defeat in Sudan, and it was debatable if the veteran’s place in the Bafana squad had been deserved in the first place, after what has been an erratic season.

Ahly salvage last-gasp draw, Kaizer Chiefs win with nine men | Total CAF Champions League 2020/21


Sunday, Apr 04, 2021 08:28 AM
Ahly salvage last-gasp draw, Kaizer Chiefs win with nine men
Defenders Badr Benoun and Yassir Ibrahim scored to spare the blushes of title-holders Al Ahly of Egypt Saturday, and Kaizer Chiefs of South Africa won with nine men on a dramatic CAF Champions League matchday 5.
Ibrahim equalised four minutes into added time after Benoun converted a penalty as Ahly snatched a 2-2 Group A draw away to bottom club Al Merrikh of Sudan in Omdurman to seal a quarter-finals place.
Ahly will advance to the knockout stage as runners-up, though, after Simba of Tanzania trounced V Club of the Democratic Republic of Congo 4-1 in Dar es Salaam to seal first place.

Kaizer Chiefs' Hunt explains why Khune has been battling of late


Hunt concedes it's been a tough time for Khune, although the coach does see some light at the end of the tunnel for Chiefs' longest-serving player.
“He’s had a hell of time in his life, you know with what’s happened," Hunt said after Amakhosi's 1-0 Caf Champions League Group C win over Wydad Casablanca on Saturday.
"But I can see he is coming back, mentally. I always felt that his problem – I spoke to him about this, I don’t want to hide it – is that he fell out of love with the game. You’ve got to love the game.

Kaizer Chiefs vs Wydad Casablanca Preview: Kick-off time, TV channel, squad news


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Earlier this week, Chiefs coach Gavin Hunt confirmed that Khama Billiat and Leonardo Castro are available for selection.
The duo is returning from injury with Billiat having been out since January while Castro has missed the team's last five games.
Their return is what Hunt needs as the pair has vast Champions League experience from their days at Mamelodi Sundowns.
Hunt also welcomes back fit-again Ramahlwe Mphahlele, Kearyn Baccus. Mphahlele missed Chiefs' last match against Orlando Pirates while Baccus was also not present for that game due to illness.
Chiefs will also be welcoming back Lebogang Manyama who was suspended for their last match against Orlando Pirates.

Off-form giants Zamalek, Mazembe desperate for points in Algeria


Off-form giants Zamalek, Mazembe desperate for points in Algeria
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Zamalek midfielders Youssef 'Obama' Ibrahim (L) and Ferjani Sassi (R) are hoping to face Mouloudia Alger this weekend in a key CAF Champions League group match. Mahmoud KHALED AFP
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Struggling African giants Zamalek of Egypt and TP Mazembe of the Democratic Republic of Congo visit Algeria this weekend seeking victories that could help avoid humiliating CAF Champions League exits.
Zamalek must defeat Mouloudia Alger to stay in contention for a top-two finish in Group D while Group B tailenders Mazembe will be eliminated if defeated by Chabab Belouizdad.

Off-form giants Zamalek, Mazembe desperate for points in Algeria

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Off-form giants Zamalek, Mazembe desperate for points in Algeria
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Zamalek midfielders Youssef 'Obama' Ibrahim (L) and Ferjani Sassi (R) are hoping to face Mouloudia Alger this weekend in a key CAF Champions League group match. Mahmoud KHALED AFP
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Johannesburg (AFP)
Struggling African giants Zamalek of Egypt and TP Mazembe of the Democratic Republic of Congo visit Algeria this weekend seeking victories that could help avoid humiliating CAF Champions League exits.
Zamalek must defeat Mouloudia Alger to stay in contention for a top-two finish in Group D while Group B tailenders Mazembe will be eliminated if defeated by Chabab Belouizdad.

Off-form giants Zamalek, Mazembe desperate for points in Algeria | Total CAF Champions League 2020/21


Thursday, Apr 01, 2021 10:22 AM
Off-form giants Zamalek, Mazembe desperate for points in Algeria
Struggling African giants Zamalek of Egypt and TP Mazembe of the Democratic Republic of Congo visit Algeria this weekend seeking victories that could help avoid humiliating CAF Champions League exits.
Zamalek must defeat Mouloudia Alger to stay in contention for a top-two finish in Group D while Group B tailenders Mazembe will be eliminated if defeated by Chabab Belouizdad.
"I have been working on raising morale, improving fitness and creating enjoyment among the squad," said Patrice Carteron, the French coach recently hired for a second spell with five-time champions Zamalek.

AFCON Qualifiers: Five South Africa players Ghana must be wary of

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Bafana Bafana player, Percy Tau
The Bafana Bafana of South Africa will take on Ghana in the fifth round of the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations Qualifiers at the FNB stadium in Johannesburg at 4pm.
South Africa will hope to beat the Black Stars to keep their qualification hopes alive.
Group C remains tight following Sudan 2-0 win over Sao Tome and Principe on Wednesday. Ghana, South Africa and Sudan are tied on 9 points.
Ahead of the much-anticipated encounter, Footballghana.com takes a look at the five South African players who will pose threat to the Black Stars as they look to pick all three points at stake,

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