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Friday, December 7, 2018

Withdrawal of CAN in Cameroon: For Pape Diouf, "CAF President Ahmad is a puppet of Moroccans"

CAF's decision taken on November 30, 2018 to withdraw CAN 2019 from Cameroon has had a lot of ink and saliva. For the former president of Olympique de Marseille, Pape Diouf, the president of the African Football Confederation has cleverly maneuvered for the withdrawal of the CAN for the benefit of Morocco. "The president of CAF Ahmad is a puppet of Moroccans," said Senegalese Talents d'Afrique broadcast on Dec. 3 on Canal +.

For Pape Diouf, the decision of the CAF is a "humbug" that is just to serve the interests of the Kingdom of Morocco, whose candidacy seems certain to replace Cameroon. While recognizing that Cameroon should have had quality sports infrastructure for a long time, the former boss of OM is offended that the country of the five-time champions of Africa is treated as well. "A country that produced Roger Milla, Samuel Eto'o, Patrick Mboma etc. He recalled.

This is not the first time that P. Diouf has been harshly challenging the boss of the African football body. The Senegalese had already expressed its disapproval following the disparaging statements of Ahmad on Cameroon and the increase in the number of countries qualified for the CAN.

I absolutely do not understand the attitude of the current president of the CAF, Ahmad Ahmad; on this pressure he wants to put on Cameroon, a great country of football, a country to which Africa owes a lot in the recognition of the continent in terms of football, "he was indignant insinuating that the Malagasy wanted settle accounts with his Cameroonian predecessor Issa Hayatou.