Cameroon asks CAF reprieve for Africa Cup qualification game with Morocco
The reigning African champion Cameroon would reportedly like to postpone 2019 African Cup qualification game with Morocco. The League of the country would have a request submitted to the African football CAF. What the game would be played on 9 June comes at an unfortunate time as the Cameroon team to prepare for the FIFA Confederations Cup in Russia.
If continental winner placed the country for this Cup which by the FIFA as the second most important global tournament is considered. Since Cameroon hosts the Africa Cup which will be held in 2019 count the point against the country won or lost not in the qualification in the group.
If the CAF will grant Morocco Cameroon's request to another sparring partner on search. For the time being is on August 28, a World Cup qualifying game scheduled against Mali. The country was previously suspended by FIFA from all football (both clubs and national teams), this because of political interference by the Government. The Minister of sacked the entire Football Association, something strictly prohibited by the International Football Association. The suspension may be lifted if the old Board of the Malian Football Federation in honour is restored.