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CAF agrees to postpone 2015 AFCON to June

CAF LOGO Africa’s football governing body has agreed in principle with Moroccan authorities to move the hosting for the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations to June, the Moroccan media has reported. According to the reports, the Confederation of African Football has agreed in principle to the postponement of January’s Africa Cup of Nations because of the threat of Ebola. The reports follow a meeting held in Yaoundé on Wednesday between CAF President, Issa Hayatou and representatives from the Moroccan Ministry of Sports, the Moroccan football association (FRMF) and the country’s health authorities. Morocco have again requested that the tournament, scheduled to » Read More

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