Kenya Risks Losing Host Rights for CHAN 2018

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(Last Updated On: August 22, 2017)

Doubts have emerged on Kenya’s suitability to host the Africa Nations Championships (CHAN) slated for January next year.

Reports already indicate CAF has alerted South Africa and Morocco to be ready to host the Biennial championship meant for players who play their trade in domestic leagues in case Kenya fails the readiness test.

A team of inspectors from CAF are expected in the country next week to deliver the message home after Kenya failed to put all the structures in place.

Ethiopia, Morocco and Ivory Coast have also already expressed serious interest in hosting the tournament, and are waiting in anticipation of news that Kenya is stripped of hosting rights.

Kenya was given until the end of this month to demonstrate their preparedness but with only Moi International Sports Centre , Kasarani having been given the clean bill of health, CAF are most likely to deliver the not-so-shocking message next month.

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