The Africa Cup of Nations will be held in 2022 instead of 2021 due to the coronavirus crisis, but the women's event has been cancelled....
Nigeria coach Gernot Rohr will sign a new contract next week after agreeing terms to extend his four-year stay with one of Africa's football powerhouses, the national football body said Tuesday.
The African Cup of Nations is scheduled to take place between 9th January and 6th February 2021, but this edition is at risk of being postponed because of the health crisis.
General secretary of CAF, Abdelmounaim Bah, has confirmed that the 2023 African Cup of Nations will take place in summer, as already happened in Egypt 2019.
The May semi-finals and finals of the two annual African club competitions are likely to fall victim to the coronavirus pandemic sweeping the continent.
FIFA boss Gianni Infantino told African football leaders on Saturday that he wants their continental Cup of Nations to be played every four years as part of a package of reforms designed to lift "African football to the top of the world".
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