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Musimani warns Al-Ahly stars of the surprises of the volcano renaissance ahead of its Super Cup


The South African club, Betsu Musimani, the technical director of Al-Ahly Club, warned his players about the difficulty of his next match with the Moroccan Berkane Renaissance, scheduled for 6 pm next Friday at the Jassim Bin Hamad Stadium in the Qatari Al-Sadd Club for the African Super Cup title, as he called on the red giant players to focus on winning the title and not Underestimating the competitor who is going through difficult circumstances in the recent period, stressing that the matches that award a championship and take place from one match in the manner of "kidnap and run" bear the occurrence of surprises, which requires concentration and diligence from all players from the start of the game to the end of the game to ensure the happiness of the Al-Ahly fans.


Nahdet Berkane of Morocco ranks seventh in the Moroccan League with 23 points, after playing 18 matches, winning 6 meetings, drawing 5, losing 7 matches, scoring 20 goals and receiving 20 goals, and the team bid farewell to the Confederation Championship competitions this season of the group stage, occupying third place, While the Moroccan champion has never been crowned the African Super.


The team of Nahdet Borkan is living in a difficult situation due to the negative results of the team in the past period, despite Pedro Bedo Benali assuming the leadership of the team recently, succeeding the article Tariq Al-Saktiwi.


Fifteen teams have won the African Super Cup since the first edition in 1993, and the winning teams represent nine countries: Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco, Egypt, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Nigeria, Côte d'Ivoire, South Africa and Ghana.


Al-Ahly is the most participating team in the Super Finals on 8 occasions, which have been crowned in 6 of them, followed by Congolese Mazembe with 3 titles from 5 finals he has fought, and Egypt's Zamalek comes in third place with its participation in four finals, all of which were successful.

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