Cameroon Sports Minister, FA Boss 'BEGS' Kotoko to postpone upcoming Confederation Cup fixture Featured
21 Nov

Cameroon Sports Minister, FA Boss 'BEGS' Kotoko to postpone upcoming Confederation Cup fixture

The President of the Normalisation Committee of the Cameroon Football Federation, Dieudonné Happi and Minister of Sports Pierre Ismael Bidoung Mkpatt have "begged" Asante Kotoko to postpone the upcoming CAF Confederation Cup fixture between the Porcupines and the Cameroonian Cup winner.
The high-powered delegation from FECAFOOT attended a meeting with the Executive Chairman of Kotoko, Dr. Kwame Kyei, at Sports Hotel in Kumasi, to request for the postponement of the 1st and 2nd leg fixtures between their Cup winner (yet to be decided) and the Ghanaian giants.
"The Cameroon delegation had  a meeting with Asante kotoko. They begged us to extend the date for the upcoming Confederation Cup on November 28," Kotoko Policy Analyst Dr. Amo Sarpong revealed to
The hefty representatives also asked for the two-legged matches to be played in Ghana.
Dieudonné Happi and Pierre Ismael are uncertain whether they will play to decide their Cup winner within the time frame by the Confederation of Africa Football.
However, Kotoko management were reluctant and pointed contrary to the Cameroonians request by emphasizing to follow CAF's calendar.
This has sparkled media speculations that the Fabulous may result in walkover to the 1st round of the 2018/19 Confederation Cup.
By: Opoku Augustus @Opoku Augustus
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