The Confederation of African Football (CAF) have reportedly decided to postpone the Super Cup clash between Al Ahly and Raja Casablanca.
Just over three months after having won the CAF Super Cup, Al Ahly were on the verge of winning the prestigious trophy once again after having lifted their second consecutive Champions League.
The game was set to take place on 24 September, with their opponent being CAF Confederation Cup winners Raja Casablanca, who beat JS Kabylie of Algeria in the final.
However, it seems that Pitso and his men will need to wait a bit before fighting for their sixth trophy under the South African’s guidance.
While it hasn’t been announced by CAF yet, many reports are suggesting that Africa’s football governing body have opted to postpone the game to December, either on the 24th or the 26th. And they would have already informed the Egyptian FA.