Orlando Pirates may be disqualified for next for next season’s CAF Champions League campaign due to not having a female’s team.
After an impressive season that ended with two trophies and a second place in the Dstv Premiership.
Orlando Pirates may be disqualified for next season’s CAF Champions League.
As CAF has imposed new rule that forces every team playing in the continental inter-club competitions to have a female team.
The female’s team must be registered in official competitions.
The closing date is said to be the 30th of June 2023.
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Failure to adhere to the new rule, the club will not be allowed to partake in the tournament.
However, the Buccaneers are rumoured to have purchased the status of Hollywoodbets Super League team UJ.
Bit either club is yet to confirm the partnership.
Meanwhile, Mamelodi Sundowns is not facing being disqualified, as they have a ladies’ team.
But Sekhukhune United and Supersport United are also facing disqualification.
They are yet to provide CAF with information about their new female teams.
But they have until the 30th of this month to meet the new requirement.