How much Kaizer Chiefs charged Al Ahly to train a Naturena.
In a week that was filled with a lot of controversy majority of SA football Supporters were shocked when Al Ahly chose to prepare for their clash vs Mamelodi Sundowns in Naturena Kaizer Chiefs village.
The news came as a shock from both sides as Mamelodi Sundowns attacked the Kaizer Chiefs institution for hosting Al Ahly in their Village.
According to reports Mamelodi Sundowns had offered Al Ahly Tuks stadium to train on and prepare for the game but Al Ahly turned down the offer saying it’s far from the FNB.
Pitso Mosimane on Friday Morning revealed that they were given a warm welcome by Kaizer Chiefs football club and that the facilities were world class with Pitso Mosimane saying they are the best in Africa.
However we take a look at how much Kaizer Chiefs quoted Al Ahly to use Naturena as their training ground to prepare for Saturday’s game vs Mamelodi Sundowns according to what we have found out Kaizer Chiefs charged arlund R350K for the 1day training session they had on their facilities.
This great initiative by Kaizer Chiefs to collaborate with Al Ahly might open the doors for Kaizer Chiefs in the Egyptian market to get players there.
Pitso Mosimane Aloud The Kaizer Chiefs facilities. Here is what he said.
“We had one day to prepare, but thanks to Kaizer Chiefs, the chairman Mr. Motaung, for offering us the facilities where we could not find any other facility in the country that has the pitch and the therapy for ice baths, massages, the pool and the saunas – there’s no facility in South Africa that has that.
“But Naturena has got the facility. It was good for us, to see. I haven’t seen it myself. What an eye opener to see that there’s a team in Africa that has this… not about training pitch only. It’s about hospitality, the lounge and everything. Unbelievable, it was high level, top! For me, the best I have seen on the continent. Royal Marang Hotel has the same, but those are the two I have seen in Africa in my 22 years as a coach.” Concluded Mosimane