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AFCON 2019: Third CAF inspection team expected in Cameroon

A delegation of officials from the Confederation of African Football (CAF) will visit Cameroon for the third time from August 4 to 10 to inspect infrastructural works and lodging facilities ahead of next year’s African Cup of Nations.
The 32nd edition of the tournament is scheduled to take place in Cameroon from June-July 2019 and will for the first time see the participation of twenty-four teams.
Africa’s foremost football showpiece had been a sixteen-team tournament.
During previous inspection missions, CAF had asked Cameroon “to accelerate work to make up for the delay observed in the construction of infrastructure.”
In its report published on July 10, the Local Organising Committee (COCAN) chaired by the Minister of Sport made public the report of the second CAF mission of inspectors, in which the continental football organisation observed delays in the construction work.
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