CAF ban Three Coaches for Five Years


By Sedara Oluwadara

After a thorough investigation, the African soccer ruling body, Confederation of African Football(CAF) has finally descended heavily on three coaches for certificate forgery.

Two seasons ago the football body had set a standard and requirements for coaches that will sit on the bench for both the Champions League and Confederation Cup.

Update coming from CAF headquarters in Cairo, Egypt has it that three coaches from North African countries have been banned for five years.

The coaches involved are 49 year old former Morocco International defender, Youssef Rossi ( Morocco), Rafik Mohhamed( Tunisia) and Ahmed Adel ( Egypt).

This move by CAF shows that they mean business and anyone who doesn’t play by the book as per coaching credibility is concerned will face the sword.

Nigerian coaches and prospective gaffers should heed to the new rules and standards set by CAF for coaches in order to avoid a similar or worse scenario like the three unfortunate managers from North Africa.

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