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Ebola Will Not Change The 2015 African Cup Schedule – CAF

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Players of the ”FC Gberedou Abobo” football team poses with a sign reading ”Stop ebola in Africa” prior to a football tournament gathering youth from Guinea near the Koumassi sports center in Abidjan on August 10, 2014. (Photo Credit:Vanguard)
Players of the ”FC Gberedou Abobo” football team pose with a sign reading ”Stop Ebola in Africa” prior to a football tournament gathering youth from Guinea near the Koumassi sports center in Abidjan on August 10, 2014. (Photo Credit:Vanguard)

The governing body of the football game in Africa known as the African Football Confederation (CAF) has revealed their decision to stick to the already scheduled date for the football competition among the countries in Africa.

This was disclosed on Saturday, October 11, 2014 following a call from the hosts of the 2015 African Cup Of All Nations for a shift in the date due to the ravaging outbreak of the current Ebola epidemic.

Vanguard reports that the Moroccan health ministry had lodged a demand with CAF to postpone the January 17-February 8 competition as it involved countries affected by the Ebola virus.

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