Soccer

SAFA plan to lobby CAF

2011-12-07 11:30
Kirsten Nematandani (Gallo)
Johannesburg - SAFA president Kirsten Nematandani hopes CAF will agree to align Africa's footballing calendar with Europe's.

SAFA plan to lobby Issa Hayatou and company through a high-profile delegation comprising Nematandani, Danny Jordaan, Irvin Khoza, Robin Peterson and Mandla Mazibuko.

"We feel it's important that we have this gathering because every decision on fixtures that CAF makes impacts on us, and in most cases it impacts negatively," said Nematandani.

"We are hoping this meeting will alleviate some of the challenges we have in terms of preparing our teams, both at national team and club level."

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