14 November 2012

Gambia/Tunisia: Seedy Kinteh Among CAF Delegation to Tunis

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Former Gambia FA boss Seedy Kinteh is among a strong 23-man delegation from the Confederation of African Football (Caf) heading to Tunis, Tunisia, the venue for the second leg of the final of the African Champions league this weekend, reports gleaned from Caf media releases stated.

The delegation, headed by Caf President Issa Hayatou, comprises of members of the CAF- Inter-Club Committee, which looks after affairs dealing with club competitions, and which Kinteh has been a member for several years now.

Kinteh and some 20 other members will first attend a meeting by the Inter-Club committee, chaired by Caf President Issa Hayatou, beginning 16th November, before advancing to watch Egyptian Club Al- Ahly play Esperence de Tunis in the second and deciding leg of the final for the coveted African champion's league trophy. The winner will qualify for this year's World Club championship in Japan. This meeting would discuss all aspects of the concluding Caf Champions League and Confederation Cup competitions as well as matters dealing with the World Club championship.

Seedy Kinteh, the former GFA president, is also a member of Fifa's Development Committee, which sits over matters dealing with developments.

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