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CAF boss extends deadline

By Vision Reporter

Added 3rd January 2001 03:00 AM

THE Confederation of African Football (CAF) vice president Farah Addo has given Uganda until January 31 to clear CECAFA debt of sh19.2m.

THE Confederation of African Football (CAF) vice president Farah Addo has given Uganda until January 31 to clear CECAFA debt of sh19.2m.

By Peter Ekarot THE Confederation of African Football (CAF) vice president Farah Addo has given Uganda until January 31 to clear CECAFA debt of sh19.2m. Addo, also the chairman of the Council for East and Central Africa Football Associations (CECAFA) rang the regional soccer secretariat in Nairobi and instructed the ban to be considered later. CECAFA executive officer Nicholas Musonye said on phone from Nairobi: "Uganda has been given a reprieve until end of January to clear the sh19.2m debt by CECAFA boss Addo. "So SC Villa should continue their preparations for the regional club championship. Addo did it in the CECAFA spirit." FUFA secretary Godfrey Kisekka on Tuesday said Villa presence in the CECAFA club cup would be Uganda's bargaining chip for extension of the payment date. Villa would be based in Mombasa's group B with Red Sea-Eritrea, FNP-Djibouti, Oserian-Kenya and Sudan's El-Merreikh. The competition is slated for Jan. 20 to Feb. 3. Ends.

CAF boss extends deadline

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