Ahmad Ahmad, CAF president, suspended for five years by FIFA

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CAF President Ahmad Ahmad, speaking at the ceremony rewarding the best players in African football in Hurghada, Egypt, January 7, 2020 Khaled DESOUKI AFP / Archives

By: Annie Gasnier Follow

50 min

Radio Foot's program today: Ahmad Ahmad, CAF president, suspended for five years by FIFA: reactions and consequences on African football.

Our tribute to Augustin Sidy Diallo, the president of the Ivorian Football Federation, who died on Saturday.

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The almighty AC Milan after their victory against Naples yesterday (3-1): another double from Ibrahimovic but the Swede came out injured.

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We will also talk about Juventus Turin and the return to form of Cristiano Ronaldo.

Around Annie Gasnier: Habib Beye, Patrick Juillard and Hervé Penot.

Director: Laurent Salerno.

Preparation: Marie-Amélie Motte.

Read also: African Football Confederation: Ahmad or lost ambitions


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