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The CAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE is now down to eight(8) teams after a very tough group stage that saw some of the big names getting eliminated.

Simba players celebrating a goal

Here are the club’s that have qualified from each region on the continent.

North Africa has dominated the quater finals with five clubs namely, defending Champions and Egyptian giants Al Ahly sc, Tunisia’s ES TUNIS, Morocco’s Waydad AC and two from Algeria , MC Algers and CR Belouizdad.

They arguably have a very high chance of winning the title once again.

Defending Champions AL AHLY SC of EGYPT.
Esperance sportive De Tunis of Tunisia.
Waydad AC of Morocco.
MC ALGERS of Algeria.

In southern Africa only two clubs have made it to the quater finals and all coming from South Africa. The two are in- form Mamelodi Sundowns who have arguably proven to be the strongest team to face in the competition so far and looks like a side that is ready to win the champions league.

The other club from southern Africa is Kaizer Chiefs fc that qualified as runners up on away goal rule after a 2-2 draw with Horoya fc. Despite struggling in their local league, the Amakhosi are not in the competition to be punching bags and southern Africans will be hoping they go all the way to the final and even win the league.

Mamelodi Sundowns from South Africa
Kaizer chiefs from South Africa

In East Africa, stubborn Simba sc are the only representatives after topping their group with a comfortable 13 points.

The club has clearly promised their fans that they want nothing less than winning the title and will do anything possible to win it.

Simba sc from Tanzania

West and Central Africa will not be represented in this season’s CAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE quater finals.

Many fans are now eagerly waiting to see who will face who in what promises to be interesting fixtures in the top club competition on the continent.

Published by African Football Greats

pan-Africanist enthusiastic about African football and its stars around the globe.

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