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Three straight AFCON finals again going to West Africa

By Clive Kyazze

In his last years as president of the Confederation of African Football, Issa Hayatou oversaw assemblies that gave away hosting rights of the Africa Cup of nations to five West Africa countries.

When his predecessor Ahmad Ahmad took office, his followers, many of them from the south of the Sahara and mainly COSAFA thought that would change, but looks like that change won’t come anytime soon.

West Africa is going to host the next three editions of the biggest football showpiece on the continent, the region has hosted three of the last four.

After the 2013 finals in South Africa, the next two finals were both hosted by West African Countries, 2015 (Equatorial Guinea) and 2017 (Gabon), the next three were awarded to Cameroon – 2019, Ivory Coast – 2021 and Guinea – 2023.

It wasn’t until late last year that Cameroon were stripped off the hosting rights of the 2019 edition because they weren’t ready, those rights were then later handed to Egypt early this year.

Cameroon and CAF reached an agreement that the reigning African champions would host the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations, that former gave assurance that they would have ticked the boxes by then.

Consequently, Ivory Coast, original hosts of 2021, would host the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations, and Guinea, original hosts of 2023, would host the 2025 Africa Cup of Nations.

Ivory Coast weren’t happy about the development but after a CAF meeting and the Ivorian government, a consensus has been reached.

“I received clear directives from my Head of State to work towards the fulfilment of AFCON 2023,” the Minister of sports in Ivory Coast Paulin Danho as quoted by the CAF website

“We hope to bring peace in the divided local football and build a smooth relationship with the Confederation of African Football (CAF),” Dannho added.

It should also be noted that many African countries have been skeptical about hosting the tournament since it was switched from a 16 team tournament to a 24 team competition.

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