The 12th Man | What exactly does CAF owe Morocco?

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In its defence, CAF maintained that Morocco had emerged as the only bidder in the race after Senegal had withdrawn. Photo: iStock
In its defence, CAF maintained that Morocco had emerged as the only bidder in the race after Senegal had withdrawn. Photo: iStock

THE 12TH MAN

At the rate at which Morocco is getting its way in African football, one would swear the north African country cut some sort of deal with CAF.

Really, how else does the same country get granted the hosting rights for the final of a competition as big as the CAF Champions League two years in succession?

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