CONAKRY, Guinea (AP) — Guinea’s World Cup qualifier in opposition to Morocco has been postponed after a Guinean military colonel seized management of state tv and stated the federal government had been dissolved on Sunday,
The West African nation was attributable to host Morocco within the capital of Conakry on Monday. No new date has been set for the fixture.
The Confederation of African Soccer stated the postponement was “to make sure the security and safety of all gamers and to guard all match officers.”
There have been hours of heavy gunfire close to the presidential palace in Conakry on Sunday in developments that bore all of the hallmarks of a coup d’etat.
“The present political and safety scenario in Guinea is kind of risky and is being carefully monitored by FIFA and CAF,” the governing our bodies stated in an announcement.
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