Latest Africanss News/February 12, 2019/ Frank Ikpefan, Abuja /No Comment/154 views Africa: Senegalese FA Evaluating Co-Organising 2025 Nations Cup With Guinea, Gambia or Mauritaniashare on:FacebookTwitter Google +Pinterest Tumblr Linked InEmailSend to Email Address:Your NameYour Email AddressEmail check failed, please try againCancelBy Sulayman Bah The FA in Dakar is weighing options of talking Guinea into accepting co-organising the 2025 Africa Cup of Nations with Senegal, Mauritania and Gambia. Senegal, like Gambia hosted an Afcon in 1992 and want to see a change to that and are toying proposing to Guinea Conakry about a quartet-nation hosting. ALSO READ President Muhammadu Buhari Says Nigerian Economy Is In Bad ShapeGuinea are given rights to stage the aforesaid edition by Caf’s Ahmad Ahmad but are skeptical about going ahead citing poor structures and prompt change of plans. But Senegal’s football Boss Augustin Senghore says it will be to all nations’ advantage if indeed Guinea accepts, citing the geographic locations of the four nations as ideal. ALSO READ Offa robbery: 21 AK 47 rifles stolen from armoury – Witness“If we follow the logic that is ours at the CAF, Cameroon will organize the CAN 2021 and it will certainly be the Ivory Coast that will host the CAN in 2023. Senegal can only position itself on 2025, if Guinea accept a principle of co-organization or if it abandons it … 2025, it can be in our strings,” Senghore said in the aftermath of the Caf awards. ALSO READ The Lost Talents: How Ghanaian Graduates Make A Living In ChinaSenghore years ago, also made views about possibility of Gambia partnering Senegal to host a Cup of Nations in the future. Leave A Comment Below Related share on: FacebookTwitter Google +Pinterest Tumblr Linked InEmailSend to Email Address:Your NameYour Email AddressEmail check failed, please try againCancel previous articleBuhari Instigating Violence Ahead Election – Atikunext articleAlgeria: Better Valuation of Hydrocarbons Through Modern TechnologiesRelated PostsLatest Africanss News/February 22, 2019 /No Comment Why do faculty members protesting in Sabha University?Latest Africanss News/February 22, 2019 /No Comment COMESA, EU sign €10m facility to support private sector – Daily News EgyptSenegal: Suspicions Cloud Senegal’s Upcoming ElectionAfrica: In West Africa, UN Security Council Visits Côte d’Ivoire and Guinea-BissauEntrevista con el Coordinador de la Ventanilla Única EmpresarialBurkina Faso: President Chooses New Prime MinisterCote d’Ivoire: ICC Appeals Chamber Places Conditions on Gbagbo’s ReleaseOhanaeze, MASSOB, IPOB, Reaffirm Support for Atiku, ObiOhanaeze, MASSOB, IPOB, Reaffirm Support for Atiku, ObiOhanaeze, MASSOB, IPOB, Reaffirm Support for Atiku, Obi Leave a Response Cancel reply CommentName Email Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.