June 7 – The draw for the Africa Cup of Nations, scheduled for June 25 in Yaounde, has been postponed, throwing yet another Continental showpiece tournament into doubt.
The Confederation of African Football (CAF) said it had taken the decision due to “logistical relations related to the coronavirus” with no new date set. The tournament has already been put back a year because of the pandemic.
Sierra Leone and Benin play their outstanding qualifier this month to determine the last of the 24 teams to participate in the finals in Cameroon next January and February.
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