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- Africa Cup of Nations moves from January to June and July in 2019. _ The Confederation of African Football revealed that the Cup of Nations will become a summer event from 2019. _ The biennial tournament has been traditionally held in January and February, often causing major headaches for managers across Europe, who have had to release players for international duty in the middle of the season. _ CAF have also announced that the tournament in Cameroon in two years time will be expanded to include 24 teams, instead of 16. #caf #nationscup #gidipoint #football #africa
- Africa Cup of Nations moves from January to June and July in 2019. _ The Confederation of African Football revealed that the Cup of Nations will become a summer event from 2019. _ The biennial tournament has been traditionally held in January and February, often causing major headaches for managers across Europe, who have had to release players for international duty in the middle of the season. _ CAF have also announced that the tournament in Cameroon in two years time will be expanded to include 24 teams, instead of 16. #caf #nationscup #gidipoint #football #africa
- Africa Cup of Nations moves from January to June and July in 2019. _ The Confederation of African Football revealed that the Cup of Nations will become a summer event from 2019. _ The biennial tournament has been traditionally held in January and February, often causing major headaches for managers across Europe, who have had to release players for international duty in the middle of the season. _ CAF have also announced that the tournament in Cameroon in two years time will be expanded to include 24 teams, instead of 16. #caf #nationscup #gidipoint #football #africa
- The Africa Cup of Nations will move from January/February to June/July from its next staging in Cameroon in 2019 and be expanded from 16 to 24 teams, the executive committee of the Confederation of African Football (Caf) has decided. The change of timing will be welcomed by European club sides, many of whom have lost players at vital periods of the season in years gone by because of the time slot. The changes were approved at a meeting in Rabat as the executive committee adopted recommendations made at a symposium in Morocco earlier in the week. Other decisions taken at the meeting included the awarding of the 2021 and 2023 Cups of Nations to the Ivory Coast and Guinea respectively. . . #CAF #Afcon #News #AfricanFootball #SoccerParole
- The Africa Cup of Nations will move from January/February to June/July from its next staging in Cameroon in 2019 and be expanded from 16 to 24 teams, the executive committee of the Confederation of African Football (Caf) has decided. The change of timing will be welcomed by European club sides, many of whom have lost players at vital periods of the season in years gone by because of the time slot. The changes were approved at a meeting in Rabat as the executive committee adopted recommendations made at a symposium in Morocco earlier in the week. Other decisions taken at the meeting included the awarding of the 2021 and 2023 Cups of Nations to the Ivory Coast and Guinea respectively. . . #CAF #Afcon #News #AfricanFootball #SoccerParole
- The Africa Cup of Nations will move from January/February to June/July from its next staging in Cameroon in 2019 and be expanded from 16 to 24 teams, the executive committee of the Confederation of African Football (Caf) has decided. The change of timing will be welcomed by European club sides, many of whom have lost players at vital periods of the season in years gone by because of the time slot. The changes were approved at a meeting in Rabat as the executive committee adopted recommendations made at a symposium in Morocco earlier in the week. Other decisions taken at the meeting included the awarding of the 2021 and 2023 Cups of Nations to the Ivory Coast and Guinea respectively. . . #CAF #Afcon #News #AfricanFootball #SoccerParole

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