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Nigeria federation sets elections date

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World Cup news Nov 18, 2013
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Nigeria federation to hold elections on Sept. 30

ABUJA, Nigeria -- The Nigerian football federation says it will hold elections to choose a new leadership on Sept. 30.

- Keshi calls it quits
- FIFA lifts Nigeria ban

The elections will be overseen by outgoing NFF president Aminu Maigari, who was twice forced out of office in recent months and reinstated after intervention by FIFA.

Nigeria, the African champion, was banned from international football for nine days in July for government interference after the sports ministry backed Maigari's removal....

46 minutes ago

Ex-government official wins Gambia federation chief vote

DAKAR, Senegal -- A former government minister has been elected president of the Gambian football federation in a move that has been criticised as being about politics and not sport.

Lamin Kaba Bajo, a former interior minister, narrowly won Saturday's vote. Critics say some candidates were barred from standing.

The vote was held after FIFA dissolved the GFF board in April saying it had lost the confidence of "major stakeholders."

Another former government minister, Sidi...

5 days ago

CAF bans fans for African Champions League semifinal in Algeria

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia -- The Confederation of African Football has ordered that an African Champions League semifinal in Algeria be played without fans because of repeated incidents of "unsporting behaviour."

JS Kabylie get stadium ban

CAF said on Wednesday that Algeria's ES Setif had previously been warned and received financial penalties because of the behaviour of their supporters. CAF ruled Setif will host Congo's TP Mazembe behind closed doors in the first leg of their semifinal on Saturday.

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6 days ago

CAF denies it has lifted ban on games in Ebola-hit Guinea

Members of the Guinea youth football team L'Etoile de Guinee made a plea to stop the Ebola epidemic earlier this week.
The Confederation of African Football has denied claims by the Guinea Football Federation that the ban on games in the Ebola-hit country has been lifted.

CAIRO -- The Confederation of African Football has denied claims by the Guinea Football Federation that the temporary ban on games in the Ebola-hit country has been lifted. CAF says no decision will be taken until its executive committee meets on Friday and Saturday in Ethiopia.

- Guinea says it is cleared to host...

Aug 28, 2014

Despite Ebola fears, CAF orders African Cup qualifying on as planned

Despite a deadly Ebola outbreak in a fifth country, the CAF says qualifiers will go on as planned.

DOUALA, Cameroon -- Despite a deadly Ebola outbreak in a fifth country, the Confederation of African Football said Thursday that qualifiers for the continent's top tournament will go ahead as planned next month, sweeping aside protests from a number of fearful teams.

CAF's decision that there would be no more venue changes forces the Cameroon and Republic of...