Former Kaizer Chiefs striker David Radebe has shared how he thinks the Soweto giants should line up should against Al Ahly on Saturday night.
Amakhosi take on nine-time CAF Champions League winners in the first-ever final at the Stade Mohammed V in Morocco
Radebe was quick to remind current the Chiefs players that tomorrow's match provides them with the rare chance of gifting the club's supporters a star
If Chiefs do come out victorious in this Champions League final tomorrow, their current squad will always be remembered as the generation that brought a star to the club.
"When they defend it should be five at the back, and when they attack it should be three," Radebe tells KickOff.com.
"Because it's an away fixture for both teams they will need to score an early goal Chiefs. Al Ahly shouldn't be allowed to score first because if they do, that will be a problem. We should go for a goal from the word go and park a bus after that it doesn't matter.
"This is the final so there is no second leg. Chiefs' strength is parking the bus, that's what they are good at, so they should use that to their advantage."