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Thursday, October 28, 2021

CAF ASKS GAMBIA TO SEND PLAYERS’ LICENCE, MORE

Buba Janneh, first vice president and spokesman of the GFF yesterday clarified his earlier comments on this paper, which quoted him as saying that no word came from Caf on the Liberia appeal. He said: ”I meant no word came from Caf on the speculation on social media which stated that a judgment is expected on the appeal on April 14. That is what I meant, we have got no communication on that; I was responding to that specific question”.

Mr Janneh then went on to confirm that Caf has written an email to the GFF requesting for copies of the player licenses and national identification documents of the players raised in the Liberia appeal. ”Yes we got that message and have since sent those to caf,” he said.

Mr Janneh also revealed that the GFF had requested Caf to ask Liberia to apologise for the negative publicity generated by their protest.

 

By Lamin Cham

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