Kaizer Chiefs have been drawn against Zesco United of Zambia in the playoffs of the 2018/19 Caf Confederation Cup.
Here's how South African clubs, the fans and Caf discussed the draws on Twitter.
Sanibonani eLamont. 🙌🏾— Steve NOT Komphela (@BigWordKomphela) December 28, 2018
No dictionaries will be needed. I promise to avoid complex words & use simple multifarious exhibitions of English verbosity & perissology. We don’t want to engulf the club in an odoriferous saga.
I hope you understand 😉@robertmarawa @goldenarrowsfc1 https://t.co/wYf7K8zXx6
As we look ahead to trips to Nigeria, Ivory Coast and Morocco in Group A of the group stages of the #CAFCL (Lobi Stars 🇳🇬, ASEC Mimosa 🇨🇮 and Wydad Casablanca 🇲🇦)— Mamelodi Sundowns FC (@Masandawana) December 29, 2018
Which clash are you looking forward to the most?#Sundowns #CAFCL pic.twitter.com/sukHRmxOBm
CAF Confederation Cup: 2nd Round— Kaizer Chiefs (@KaizerChiefs) December 28, 2018
Zesco United FC 🇿🇲 vs. Kaizer Chiefs 🇿🇦
First leg - 11/12/13 January 2019
Second leg - 18/19/20 January 2019 #CAFCC #HailTheChief #KCAfrica4Life #KCOneAfrica https://t.co/QLqn6klBUR
It's good @KaizerChiefs are taking CAF competitions serious. I actually want them to make the group stage of the CAFCC.— N U H U 🎙️📻 (@NuhuAdams_) December 29, 2018
They are arguably the BIGGEST team in Mzansi in terms of followers.
But Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns are more popular on the continent than them.
"I want to congratulate Eric (Tinkler) and Orlando Pirates for giving us a chance to go to CAF,” Pitso Mosimane said.— BucsForLife 1937Ⓜ️ (@davidmasindi) December 29, 2018
“They gave us the opportunity to go there again next year after the accumulated points. They might have lost in the final, but they doing the country a favour.
Orlando Pirates made CAF Champions League fashionable in South Africa, Pitso Mosimane can attest to that.— Mfana kaMashila (@Siyanda_Nino) December 24, 2018
PROPER IMAGE! @masandawana Group A and @orlandopirates Group B after @CAF_Online #africanchampionsleaguedraw. The 🇿🇦 avoid each other but lots of travelling and some serious opposition to come... pic.twitter.com/TnVVKvrSRd— Neal Collins (@nealcol) December 28, 2018