The African Football Confederation (CAF) has postponed the match between Esperance and Casablanca in the African Champions League final to zero, calling on all parties to the crisis to meet with the Union's disciplinary committee on July 7.
CAF's decision to refer the case to the disciplinary committee came after the sports court overturned the decision of the executive office of the continental union to return the final leg of the Champions League at a neutral stadium due to lack of security and safety conditions at the Rades stadium in Tunis.
After the first leg in Morocco ended 1-1, the Wydad players withdrew from the second leg in the 60th minute, protesting the cancellation of the equalizer on the pretext of infiltration - after Esperance offered a goal - adhering to the unprofessional video referee technique VAR .
Amid the insistence of the Wydad team to withdraw and asked Esperance to end the match for him, Gambian referee Bakri Gassama ended the match and crowned the Tunisian champion, prompting the Moroccan Union to protest officially, which called on the CAF Executive Office to meet in France and decide to return the match, ).
The official website of the Tunisian Football Federation said that CAF asked him to prepare a written memorandum containing all his arguments and reasons in the case. He also extended an invitation to the president of Esperance and all parties involved in the African final file to attend the meeting of the African Union Disciplinary Committee scheduled for the 7th of this month. Tunisian Union text message on his official account on Facebook.