ANALYSIS | Caf presidency: is Motsepe’s bid more goals or ...

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ANALYSIS | Caf presidency: is Motsepe’s bid more goals or penalties?

Experts Mamadou Gaye and Thomas Kwenaite give their views on the Downs owner’s chances of getting the job

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Patrice Motsepe’s path to the Confederation of African Football (Caf) presidency might appear to be easier now that incumbent Ahmad Ahmad has dropped out of the race‚ but the odds still seem to be stacked against the Mamelodi Sundowns owner.

Caf president Ahmad received a five-year ban from Fifa on November 23 after being found guilty of breaching four articles of the global ruling body’s ethics code. That development left four candidates — Motsepe‚ Jacques Anouma of Ivory Coast‚ Ahmed Yahya of Mauritania and Senegal’s Augustin Senghor — to contest the elections in March 2021.

Two experts Sunday Times Daily spoke to about how much Ahmad’s enforced withdrawal might benefit Motsepe had differing views...

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