December 22 – Côte d’Ivoire reports that FIFA is preparing to publish a decision on the election process of the Confederation of African Football (FIF) Presidency. This can have serious consequences for Jack Anoma’s bid for African football domination.
Anouma, a former member of the FIFA Executive Committee, received government support in March next year to take over from Confederation of African Football boss Ahmad Ahmad.
However, FIFA decided to organize the FIF election process after intervening in October when FIFA’s favorite and former international striker Didier Drogba’s candidacy did not get enough support and protested that the process was fraudulent. If you do, it can be blocked.
The current incumbent Ahmad has been banned by FIFA while awaiting appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport, and Anouma is one of four candidates to take over in the Moroccan presidential election next March.
However, according to local reports, his campaign may not go well as a result of the rules regarding federations under the supervision of FIFA.
Ironically, it will be a big blow to Anoma, his second attempt to run for the top sheet, following his 2013 election bid by then-boss Issa Hayatou.
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