The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has cracked down on Raja Casablanca following incidents that took place during the second leg of the African Champions League quarter-finals against al-Ahly.
The Sports Complex of the Mohammed V stadium witnessed acts of violence and incidents after the elimination of the Greens in the second leg against the finalist of the LdC CAF, Al-Ahly.
Thus, the CAF decided to heavily sanction the Casablancan club by inflicting two matches behind closed doors in the Champions League, accompanied by a fine of 44,000 dollars (about 440,000 dirhams).
The African body criticizes the Botola D1 giant for not having been able to contain its supporters, perpetrators of violent acts, far from the values advocated by sport.
The holding of the return match in Casablanca had caused a lot of ink to flow, because of the organization, the waste and the acts of violence that followed.
As a reminder, the said match was followed by that of Wydad against CR Belouizdad on Saturday. Wydad supporters took several pictures of the complex in a state ” lamentable“. Rubbish thrown everywhere was filmed by supporters, shocked to see the stadium look like a “ trash » and asking at the same time « where had Casa Events gone?“.