“We have the experience of having played in the final of the Club World Cup. We are not worried about anything,” Oulhaj told the Chiefs official website.
“We respect them, they are the log leaders in South Africa. But we will be ready come Saturday.
“South African soccer has grown a lot in recent years. Looking through the window, I see a beautiful stadium, thanks also to the 2010 World Cup. We will take this game very seriously.”
Raja coach José Romão said his club had come to South Africa to win.
“Kaizer Chiefs is a big club in South Africa, like Raja is in Morocco. We come here to win.”
The game will start at 7pm.
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