Covid 19 Controversy- Mauritius Replace Sao Tome And Principe In Super Eagles 2023 AFCON Qualifiers Group
Mauritius has replaced Sao Tome and Principe in the Super Eagles group for the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers which begins next month.
Mauritius filed an appeal against Sao Tome and Principe on the player who scored the goal that decided the game against them. Insisting that the player has tested positive to Covid 19 before the game.
The Director of Competitions of the Confederation of African Football (CAF), Mr Samson Adamu has confirmed to thenff.com that Mauritius won a case it filed against Sao Tomé and Príncipe concerning their 2023 Africa Cup of Nations preliminary qualifying fixture, and will therefore join the combatants in Group A of the qualification series starting next month.
The Victory for Mauritius at the CAF Disciplinary Committee means they now join Nigeria, Sierra Leone and Guinea-Bissau in Group A of the six-match phase that ends in March next year. Nigeria will play Sierra Leone in Abuja on Thursday 9th June and then play Mauritius on Monday 13th June.
Source: OwnGoal Nigeria
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