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Cameroon rejected hosting 2019 Afcon – South Africa candidates to step in



President Ahmad Ahmad, see here with Safa service Danny Jordaan, said that candidate candidates should come to the 2019 Afcon. Photo: Muzi Ntombela / BackpagePix

ACCRA – Cameroon was graduated from Friday by the # 2019 African Cup of Nations, by losing in the preparation of the continental genre, the organizer of # 39; e Confederation of African Football (coffee).

"Today we have taken the decision to recover the 2019 CAN from Cameroon," President Ahmad Ahmad told a press conference in Accra.

He speaks for a 10-hour CAF council meeting held behind closed doors in Ghana.

Ahmad said that a "task force" was set up to appeal to "to establish a new organizational country between now and the end of the year."

South Africa and Morocco are two frontline connoisseurs to step in as hostage in Cameroon, which won the latest release in 2017 in Gabon.

Morocco, lost in a United States / Mexico / Canada bid for World Cup 2026, are regularly reported as possible replacements.

It was set up for the United Nations Stage of 2015, before they traveled in. the series denied the outbreak of Ebola.

South Africa is the only African country to pay a World Cup, in 2010, and last in 2013 the Cup of Nations.

"I know there are countries that are interested in, restored, candidate countries come forward," said Ahmad.

Alarm bells were launched on the event of 2019 at a September Committee Committee meeting in the Egyptian resort Sharm el Sheikh when Kaf said "a significant decline in the 'realization of infrastructure' to keep the Cup of Nations in Cameroon.

Cameroon is an exciting security situation, with persistent attacks by Boko Haram jihadists in the north, and a conflict between the army and separatists in two English-speaking regions.

The event is scheduled for June 15-July 13, a change of their traditional January-February slot.

AFP


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