Patrice Motsepe, President of the African Football Confederation Confirms that it will continue to compete in the Africa Cup of Nations as plan between January 9 and February 6. Although many parties are concerned about the spread of COVID-19. Within the continent Earlier there was news from the French media.
That African Football Confederation. It is considering canceling the Africa Cup of Nations tournament early next year. But Motsepe denies that speculation. And will continue to compete as schedule. After this tournament has been postpone for two rounds.
The 2021 Africa Cup of Nations was originally schedule to be play between June and July 2021. But due to inclement weather conditions. Causing the competition to be postpone to the beginning of the year Between January 9 and February 6, 2021 instead.
However, the epidemic of COVID-19 causing the competition to be postponed for another year “I will be in Cameroon on January 7 with my wife and children. To witness this amazing race. You can see that there is a huge commitment to make sure there is good progress,” Motsepe said. “We are going to host the Cameroonians in a special tournament, it will be the most successful Afcon (African Cup of Nations) ever. We’re here to show the world what’s so special about African football. and African hospitality.”