Egyptian giants Al Ahly have responded to CAF's final decision to host the CAF Champions League final in Morocco with six requests.
Despite the Egyptian giants opposing CAF's decision for Morocco to host the final of the competition, their pleas seem to have fallen on deaf ears.
On Tuesday, CAF issued a statement in which it announced the venue for the Champions League final, which will be played between Wydad Athletic Club and Pitso Mosimane's Ahly. The game will be played at Mohammed V Stadium, Wydad's home ground.
Seemingly in response to the confirmation, the Red Devils filed an official complaint to the Court of Arbitration for Sport and have since issued six requests to African football's governing body, one of which asks for 50% of the stadium to be allocated to Al Ahly supporters.
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