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Moroccan Authorities Delay Enyimba’s Aircraft For Six Hours

Saddled With the uphill task of cancelling the 0-1 deficit against Wydad AC of Morocco in the second leg quarter final encounter of the maiden African Football League AFL, the Moroccan Authorities deploys ugly tactics to frustrate Nigerian league Champions.

As at past midnight Monday October 23, 2023, The People’s Elephant were still stranded in Lagos Airport as Moroccan Authorities failed to give authorization to land for a chartered Aircraft from the International wing of the Murtalal Mohammed Airport.

The team who were still optimistic of upturning the one goal deficit at the Godswill International Stadium, Uyo were forced to return back to having spent 6 hours and 30 minutes in the Aircraft waiting for authorization to land from the Moroccan Authorities.

This ugly antics is however perceived by the Enyimba Management as a deliberate plot by the Moroccan Authorities and Wydad AC to frustrate Enyimba from having a smooth trip to honour the second leg tie of the AFL quarter final encounter.

The game is billed for tomorrow Wednesday October 25, 2023 at the Muhammed V Sports Complex Casablanca, Morocco by 7pm.

As at the time of this report Enyimba and NFF Officials were officially lodging complaints to CAF.

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