A Symposium organised by CAF will take place in the few days ahead, notably on 18 and 19 July 2017. During this meeting, according to information coming from Caf sources, one of the main issues to be discussed will be the increase in the number of Stadiums a host country of the Afcon has to present before they are deemed qualified to organise the competition.
A host country as Cameroon supposedly is, will after deliberations during the symposium obligatorily have six stadiums and not four again to be worthy of the honour.
“Cameroon has to fulfil all of the new conditions that will be adopted in a few days to come. If they are not well equipped, the candidatures of other countries will have to be considered” the President of the Moroccan Football Federation and Vice President of CAF Fouzi Lekjaa, revealed.
Morocco is already well placed to play host to the competition, as they already have six stadiums; Agadir, Casablanca, Marrakech, Rabat, Tanger and Fes stadiums.
“Will Cameroon be able to meet up with the demands? We will know in the coming days.” Fouzi Lekjaa wonders.