Last week African football governing body CAF announced two major alterations to its showpiece event, the Africa Cup of Nations. The changes were met with widespread consternation among African football purists, but with applause from some others
Uganda national team manager Milutin Sredojević, affectionately known as ‘Micho’ to the Cranes’ faithful, is reportedly stepping down.
The Egyptian Football Association is challenging a ruling by CAF – African football’s governing body – which hastily awarded a third vice presidential position to Moroccan Football Association chief Fouzi Lekjaa.
The ongoing CAF Symposium has been full of surprises, the latest of which involves Egypt throwing its hat into the mix of nations ready to host the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations if rights are stripped from Cameroon.
As broken exclusively by Pharaohs XI on Tuesday – the decision to expand the Africa Cup of Nations from 16 teams to 24 is now official – as is a move from the traditional January/February calendar to June/July.
Cairo giants Al Ahly are set to rest several players during the upcoming Arab Club Championship.
African football governing body CAF is considering holding its biannual Africa Cup of Nations tournament outside of the continent, according to sources.