Audit report finds 'possible abuse of power' in CAF finances

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  • Sunday, 09 Feb 2020

MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - An independent review of the running of the Confederation of African Football (CAF) has found "potential elements of mismanagement" and "possible abuse of power" amidst concern about widespread use of cash payments.

On Monday, the sport's world governing body FIFA said it was ending its six-month intervention in African soccer's ruling organisation, saying the mission to speed up the reform of football on the continent was "successfully completed".

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