Coronavirus: 2021 Afcon Qualifiers postponed “Covid-19”

The Confederation of African Football (Caf) has postponed this month's 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers because of the coronavirus pandemic. In a statement on Friday, Caf said the 48 matches scheduled to run between 25-31 March have been postponed until further notice even though only a few cases have been reported on the continent. "Several players, who are supposed to play the next Afcon qualifiers, come from countries which have been severely affected by the virus (in) Europe and Asia," Caf wrote to member associations. Caf also explained that many African governments have imposed strong travel restrictions, which require 14 days of quarantine, on those arriving from Europe. At present, at least 18 African nations have reported cases of coronavirus. To prevent one life means more

Wilfred Ndidi excluded from the list of the African best players of the year

It is the time CAF award decided to be given to those who deserve it across the Africa from defensive sides to the striking part. The super Eagle defensive midfielder Wilfred Ndidi excluded from the highly expected stars whom is fairly a deserving one. Nigerian football fans have launched an attack on the Confederation of African Football after Super Eagles star Wilfred was excluded from the CAF-FIFPro Best XI. The 23-year-old midfielder was instrumental to Super Eagles finishing third at the AFCON 2019 championship staged in Egypt last summer. Coach Gernot Rohr-led team ended the tournament winning bronze medal after beating Tunisia in the losers' final. HEAD UP PLEASE: click HERE to download, install, rate and comment our mobile Application, it is