Samson Adamu, director of the CAF Competitions Committee, confirmed that the CAF and CAF semi-finals will take place next September.

"The African Union has no income in the local tournaments. Every local federation has the right, with its government, to decide the fate of the season's tournaments, whether by completing or canceling," Adamu said in TV statements to MBC Egypt today.

He added, "The CAF Champions League and Confederations semi-finals will take place in September, but we have not set deadlines yet."
He explained: "The final of the Champions League will be held in Cameroon, while the final of the African Confederation will be held in Morocco."

He continued: "He will not yet determine the final decision regarding the attendance of the fans for the matches, and I think (enough) will give freedom to the local federations in order to decide this according to the current circumstances."

He said: "There is a complete perception of the completion of the African Nations qualifiers in the event that the airspace and airports were opened in September, October and November before the start of the African Nations in January 2021."

He added: "The African Nations Championship will be held in Cameroon in January and February 2021, and the rest of the Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers will be specified in the coming period in detail."

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