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Is AFCON qualifier postponement good news for Nigeria?

On Thursday, the Confederation of African Football approved a proposal by Amaju Pinnick, President of the Nigerian Football Federation, to postpone March's Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers involving the continent's five World Cup representatives.

Among the fixtures to be rescheduled are Nigeria's away game in the Seychelles, and Senegal's visit to Madagascar, while Egypt, Tunisia and Morocco will all also have their matches pushed back.

In this feature, we examine whether the rescheduling suits...

Cameroon hit back over 'not ready' accusations

The Cameroon FA has reacted with "profound consternation" to comments by the Confederation of African Football president that it will not be ready to stage the 2019 African Nations Cup and levelled accusations of a conspiracy to take the final tournament away from them.

CAF chief Ahmad Ahmad stated on Saturday that "even with four teams, Cameroon isn't ready" and suggested alternative hosts would need to be found for the tournament, which is due to be the first to involve 24 teams, up from the customary...

Ahmad Ahmad challenges Cameroon to prove they can be Afcon hosts

Confederation of African Football President Ahmad Ahmad has urged Cameroon to prove they they're up to hosting the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations, and has hinted that the Central African nation could have the tournament taken away from them if they fail to impress in an upcoming inspection.

The next edition of Africa's biennial footballing showpiece will be the first to feature 24 teams following a decision taken by the confederation's executive committee at the recent CAF Symposium in Morocco.

Having...

 By Ian Holyman

FIFA threatens Benin with 2019 African Nations Cup exclusion - report

Didier Olle-Nicolle lasted just seven months as Benin boss.

FIFA has warned that Benin are facing exclusion from qualifying for the 2019 African Nations Cup unless they pay money owed to sacked former coach Didier Olle-Nicolle, L'Equipe has reported.

Olle-Nicolle, currently coach of French second-division side Orleans, signed a two-year contract to be Benin boss in March 2014 but was sacked just seven months later following a run of poor results.

In May, FIFA's Player Status Committee ruled the Benin FA (FBF) had to pay the balance of the remaining months...

 By Ian Holyman

Ivory Coast will have no problem hosting 2021 AFCON - president

Ivorian President Alassane Ouattara (right of centre) believes his nation has the necessary infrastructure to host the tournament.

Ivory Coast will be ready to stage the new-look African Nations Cup in 2021, the West African nation's president has insisted.

The Confederation of African Football announced last month that the tournament will be moved from its traditional January and February slot to June and July, and will -- like the European Championship -- be expanded from 16 to 24 teams.

Cameroon will stage the next edition of the bi-annual tournament, and in response to media speculation that the 2019 hosts will not be ready...