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CAS reduces Ahmad Ahmad’s ban

 The Court of Arbitration for Sport decided to reduce the ban of the former Confederation of African Football’s President Ahmad Ahmad from five years to two years,  in addition to imposing a 50.000 Swiss Franc fine.  

Ahmad Ahmad was banned from football for five years by Fifa for ethics violations in November,  before his ban was reduced to 2 years by CAS.  

On a similar note, Mamelodi Sundown’s owner and President Patrice Motsepe is all but confirmed the new president of the Confederation of African Football, which is set to formally take place in Rabat, Morocco on March 12.

The Sundowns president is the only remaining candidate in the elections set to be held at the CAF Elective Assembly on Friday, after the withdrawal of his three West African rivals last week.

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