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ALL EYES ON MOROCCO

ALL EYES ON MOROCCO

Posted by on Sep 28, 2013 in News and Events | 0 comments

In the course of the next few months, we shall be paying homage to Morocco, which seems to be fast becoming a beehive of football activity on a global platform. Last week, the Executive Committee of CAF ratified and approved the plans and cities earmarked for the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations. The cities of Marrakech, Agadir, Tangier and Casablanca have all...

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HISTORY FOR CAMEROON, DR CONGO

HISTORY FOR CAMEROON, DR CONGO

Posted by on Sep 28, 2013 in News and Events | 0 comments

For the first time in 40 years, Cameroon has been selected to play host to a major African football championship. Cameroon, one of the most successful African footballing nations with five World Cup appearances and three African Cup titles, last hosted the Africa Cup of Nations in 1972. The tournament was played in Yaounde and Douala, and was won by Congo,...

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DELIGHT FOR KALUSHA – SAYS “MORE TO COME”

DELIGHT FOR KALUSHA – SAYS “MORE TO COME”

Posted by on Sep 28, 2013 in News and Events | 0 comments

CAF Executive Committee member and former African Footballer of the Year Kalusha Bwalya could not contain his delight at the decision of the CAF Executive Committee to award the hosting rights for the African Youth Championships to Zambia. Bwalya, who is also the President of the Football Association of Zambia, was delighted at the decision and personally...

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CAF APPROVES BUDGET FOR FOUNDATION…..LIFTS BILITY SUSPENSION

Posted by on Sep 28, 2013 in News and Events | 0 comments

The Executive Committee of CAF, chaired by President and Hall of Famer Issa Hayatou has ratified a budget for the running of the Issa Hayatou Foundation. The Foundation was set up and endorsed at the last General Assembly of CAF in Marrakech, Morocco in March 2013, and a budget for running it was tabled before the Executive Committee in Cairo last week. In...

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