Friday, November 14, 2014

BREAKING!! CAF Finally Names Equitorial Guinea As New Host Of AFCON 2015





Finally, The Confederation of African Football has announced Equatorial Guinea as the new host of the Africa Cup of Nations 2015 following the decision of the football body to drop Morocco 3 days ago.

CAF dropped Morocco as host of the
football tournament on Tuesday November 11th following the nations
request for postponement of the
tournament in their country over Ebola fears.

A statement released by CAF this
afternoon says the dates for the tournament will remain from Jan. 17-
February 8 2015 and that four cities will be used for the tournament: Malabo, Bata, Mongomo and Ebebiyin.

The Head of State and President of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea, Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo this Friday 14 November met with the President of CAF Issa Hayatou concerning the possibility for Equatorial Guinea to host the Africa
Cup of Nations Orange 2015.

Following fraternal and fruitful discussions, the Head of State of Equatorial Guinea has agreed to host the tournament from January 17 to February 8, 2015.

Therefore, the Executive Committee of
CAF confirms that the Orange Africa
Cup of Nations 2015 will be held in
Equatorial Guinea on the dates agreed and the national team of Equatorial Guinea is qualified for the final tournament as a representative of the country host.

The four cities selected for the finals are Malabo, Bata, Mongomo and Ebebiyin. The draw for the finals will take place Wednesday, December 3,
2014 in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea.

The Executive Committee of CAF and
President Issa Hayatou seize this
opportunity to express their sincere thanks and deep appreciation to the people of Equatorial Guinea, its government, and particularly to His Excellency the Head of State and President of the Republic Equatorial Guinea, Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo.

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