Tunisian website Al-Sarayh Online announced calls for a reduction in Al-Turji fans in the planned Al-Ahli match Friday at the Rades Stadium in the final stage of the African Champions League.
The Tunisian Football Federation announced on Sunday the readiness of the Tunisian Interior Ministry to secure a match between Al-Turji and Al Ahly in the presence of 60,000 fans. Security authorities have confirmed the readiness to secure the match with the full capacity of the stadium after meeting officials of the Tunisian Union and the Interior Ministry.
Tunisian websites said Al-Turji's fans and security forces during the Ahly match and the repetition of the Angolan midfielder final match of the Champions League, which resulted in the injuries of 38 policemen, were worried about riots between Al-Turji fans and security forces.
The website said citizens invited to reduce the number of Al-Turji fans in Ahli believe that the presence of 60,000 fans in the African Champions League final will increase the chances of violence between the masses and security forces.
Al-Ahli is just enough to draw a draw or loose a goal and win the title of the African Championship Championship for the ninth time in its history while Al-Turji needs to win two free goals to win the Continental title.