African football (Caf) says it is a direct result of postponements in the advancement of Cameroon's readiness for the competition, because of begin in June. Authorities settled on the choice at a gathering on Friday in Accra, Ghana, that kept going over 10 hours. Caf president Ahmad says it will work to "decide another sorting out nation before the year's over. In an announcement, Caf said various consistence conditions have not been met and it would not like to uncover the Africa Cup of Nations to any issues that could affect on the achievement of the most esteemed African rivalry.
Caf included delaying the competition was impractical because of authoritative duties. The competition is set to be the main held in June and July and will be extended from 16 to 24 groups. Ahmad said a year ago that Cameroon still required "to persuade Caf of its capacity" to have the occasion, with the nation playing down feelings of trepidation approvals would be forced if arrangements were considered to be behind calendar.