Inside Chiefs' CCL trip to Cameroon


Kaizer Chiefs arrived in Cameroon on Friday and images of the team have given a glimpse of the conditions they find themselves in as well as the mood in camp.

Chiefs get their CAF Champions League journey underway on Sunday evening (16h00 kick-off) when they face PWD Bamenda at Omnisport Stadium in Limbe.

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The Glamour Boys return to continent for the first time since 2016 and find themselves up against competition debutants in the preliminary round.

They flew from Johannesburg on Thursday evening and arrived at Douala International Stadium on Friday, before travelling to Limbe by bus.

Scroll through the gallery above to see what Chiefs' arrival in Cameroon looked like

Amakhosi earlier confirmed their 20-man squad for thefirst leg encounter and images have since given a sense of the mood in the camp as well as the conditions in which they find themselves.

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Coach Gavin Hunt will be taking the Soweto giants into the continent for the first time since his appointment in September, but is no stranger to the tournament after previously leading SuperSport United and more recently Bidvest Wits in the premier African inter-club competition.

His record finish, however, has been a second round exit back in 2010 when Matsatsantsa were bundled out by Nigeria's Heartland FC with a 4-2 aggregate defeat.

The four-time Premiership-winning tactician will be hoping to guide Chiefs into the group stages for the first time, with the competition having since increased the number of group qualifiers to 16 from the previous eight.

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