CAF elections: It’s nothing personal against Hayatou, CAF needs reforms – Ahmad

CAF Presidential hopeful and Madagascar Football Federation President Ahmad Ahmad has dismissed suggestions his bid for the top job at CAF is fueled by a personal grudge with incumbent, Issa Hayatou.
The CAF elections are due to hold on March 16 with Hayatou and Ahmad as the front-runners.
In a chat with, Ahmad said he hopes to introduce more Ex footballers in the Technical committee of the Confederation as well as propose a new process of deciding the host for CAF Competitions.
The Madagascar FA President argues that CAF’s Executive Committee wields too much political influence on the process of deciding a host for Caf competitions and reveals he wants the Congress to also have an input in the decision making process.

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