The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) have dismissed the case brought before them by the Comoros Football Federation over the participation of Cameroon at the Africa Cup of Nations.
Comoros Football Federation stated that Cameroon should be excluded from the 2019 AFCON after they were stripped of the hosting rights.
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Cameroon were stripped of the hosting rights after delays in their preparations to host an expanded 24-team tournament.
CAS however found FFC’s appeal inadmissible and lacked concrete sporting interest.
CAS also added that the FFC had no sufficient legal interest in requesting Cameroon’s football federation (FECAFOOT) to be suspended.
Defending champions Cameroon are in the same group with Guinea-Bissau, Ghana and Benin.
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