Libya's 2012 African Cup of Nations qualifier against Comoros has been moved from Tripoli because of the country's political turmoil.
Libya’s 2012 African Cup of Nations qualifier against Comoros has been moved from Tripoli because of the country’s political turmoil.
The Confederation of African Football says it’s seeking a neutral country to host the match. It was scheduled between March 25-27 in Tripoli’s June 11 stadium.
After two matches, Libya leads the group, which includes Mozambique and Zambia.
Last week, CAF decided Libya was unsafe to host the eight-nation African Under-20 Championship scheduled March 18-April 1 in Tripoli and Benghazi.
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CAF says a new venue and rescheduled match dates in April-May will be announced next week.
Algeria’s federation says it and South Africa have offered to host the event, a qualifier for the Under-20 World Cup.