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Cameroon must improve efforts to secure AFCON 2019, urges Ahmad

CAF President Ahmad Ahmad has warned Cameroon that they must step up their preparation if they're to retain hosting rights for the 2019 African Cup of Nations.

Cameroon's ability to host the biennial African football showpiece has been under increasing scrutiny since the Confederation of African football voted - at the CAF Symposium in Rabat in July 2017 - to extend the competition from 16 teams to 24.

Speaking at the Caf 40th Ordinary General Assembly in Casablanca on Friday, Ahmad confirmed that,...

 By Ian Holyman

Continue AFCON preparation work, confederation tells Cameroon

A Cameroon fan enjoys the match atmosphere prior to a FIFA Confederations Cup Russia 2017 Group B match.
Cameroon hosts the African Cup of Nations next year.

Cameroon has been given the go-ahead to continue preparations to host the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON), easing fears that it will not be ready in time.

Last summer, Confederation of African Football (CAF) President Ahmad Ahmad challenged Cameroon to show it would complete preparations to stage the event, taking place from June 7 to July 7 next year.

But following an inspection tour of tournament facilities and infrastructure by CAF experts last month, a positive preliminary report was presented...

Africa's biggest footballing disappointments of 2017

2017 was a memorable year in the African game, with Cameroon ending their considerable wait for a continental crown, and Issa Hayatou's long tenure as CAF chief coming to an end.

Ahmad Ahmad took the reins of the African game's governing body, while the likes of Mohamed Salah, Thomas Partey and Hakim Ziyech have seen their stock climb after fine campaigns.

However, it hasn't been a year of undiluted success and achievement, with many elements of the continent's game flattering to deceive.

In this...

Is AFCON qualifier postponement good news for Nigeria?

On Thursday, the Confederation of African Football approved a proposal by Amaju Pinnick, President of the Nigerian Football Federation, to postpone March's Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers involving the continent's five World Cup representatives.

Among the fixtures to be rescheduled are Nigeria's away game in the Seychelles, and Senegal's visit to Madagascar, while Egypt, Tunisia and Morocco will all also have their matches pushed back.

In this feature, we examine whether the rescheduling suits...

Cameroon hit back over 'not ready' accusations

The Cameroon FA has reacted with "profound consternation" to comments by the Confederation of African Football president that it will not be ready to stage the 2019 African Nations Cup and levelled accusations of a conspiracy to take the final tournament away from them.

CAF chief Ahmad Ahmad stated on Saturday that "even with four teams, Cameroon isn't ready" and suggested alternative hosts would need to be found for the tournament, which is due to be the first to involve 24 teams, up from the customary...