The Confederation of African Football (Caf) president Ahmad Ahmad has disclosed he is undecided about running for a second term in office next year.
CAF’s next presidential elections are scheduled to take place in March 2021, four years after the Malagasy dethroned the long-serving Issa Hayatou
Ahmad,who has been the subject of an ongoing Fifa Ethics case, indicated that he is likely to decide late on and only after seeking guidance from colleagues.
“I still take advice from all the participating parties of African football,” he recently disclosed.
“I’d rather put my energy into the obligations that Caf has to face these days, that are very urgent. Many things need to happen.”
Since coronavirus spread across the world, CAF has been facing a logistical nightmare working out when it can stage forcibly-postponed tournaments.