The Confederation of the African Football will perform a moment of silence at all its football matches, starting from the CAF Super Cup 2023, to honor the victims who lost their lives as a result of the earthquake in Morocco and the floods in Libya.
The CAF President Dr. Patrice Motsepe said in an official statement: “On behalf of the Football Federations representing the 54 countries that are Members of CAF, we once more express our deep condolences to the families, the Fédération Royale Marocaine de Football, the Libyan Football Federation, the Governments and the people of Morocco and Libya for the thousands of people who lost their lives during the catastrophic earthquake in Morocco and the floods in Libya."
Motsepe added: "The people of Morocco and Libya are in our thoughts and prayers and may Allah console and comfort them during this painful and difficult period. We wish all the people who are injured a speedy and full recovery.”
Al Ahly will face USM Alger, tomorrow, at the CAF Super Cup in Saudi Arabia.