November 30 – FIFA has appointed normalization committees in Chad and Guinea, the two latest African nations unable to run their own football affairs. Officials appointed by FIFA will oversee elections in both national associations.
The Normalization Commission is expected to perform its functions in Guinea by the end of June next year, while its mission in Chad will expire on 15 November 2022 at the latest.
FIFA says it is intervening in Guinea following “a series of irregularities” during the Guinea Football Federation (FGF) election process.
The committee will run the day-to-day affairs of the FGF and decide if changes need to be made to the organization’s election rules and regulations prior to holding new elections.
FIFA will also oversee new executive committee elections for the Federation of Chad Football Associations (FTFA) after seeing the “inability of the local football governing bodies” to do so in accordance with the law. your request.
Chad was returned to international football only last month after FIFA lifted a suspension imposed in April over government interference.
The country was knocked out of the final two legs of qualifying for the Cup of African Nations in January after the government dissolved the FTFA.
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