BBC: A enough president may be banned from FIFA because of...

Abdul Qadir Saeed


Abdul Qadir Saeed

Wednesday 28 October 2020

08:37 PM

Malagasy Ahmed Ahmed, president of the Confederation of African Football (CAF), is facing the risk of being suspended by the International Football Association (FIFA) for violating the rules of ethics.

The BBC published a report on Ahmed Ahmed and the possibility of him being banned internationally and preventing him from participating in sporting activities due to a breach of the ethics set forth by the FIFA.

This comes after Ahmed Ahmed announced his intention to run for a new term for the presidency of the African Union, after his first term was nearing the end.

The International Federation of Football Associations is studying Ahmed Ahmed’s case, and FIFA’s Judicial Chamber is scheduled to issue its decision at the end of November.

In the event that a decision is issued banning Ahmed Ahmed, his candidacy for the presidency of CAF will be excluded, since he will have to pass the FIFA eligibility test first.

The BBC reported that the accusations leveled against KAF are related to the recent controversy surrounding the French company, Tactical Steel, which is interested in manufacturing sports equipment and is run by Ahmed’s old friend.

Siddiq Ahmed Ahmed provided sports equipment and clothes to CAF in 2017 after canceling the partnership deal with Puma, which indicates a corruption charge of the CAF president.

The Puma deal was $ 250,000 less, but the deal with Tactical Steel was concluded for more than $ 1 million for 22,000 parts instead of 15,000.

The BBC report noted that the late Egyptian Amr Fahmy, former secretary of the African Union, was the first to file a complaint against a sufficient president in this regard.

Ahmed Ahmed previously denied these accusations, describing them completely malicious and wrong, and attributed the reasons for their publication to the fact that the aim through them is to defame his reputation internationally.

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