FIFA: Towards a normalisation committee at Fecofa

ZURICH, SWITZERLAND - FEBRUARY 25:  A FIFA logo seen near the headquarter Home of FIFA ahead of tomorrow's Extraordinary FIFA Congress to elect a new FIFA President at Hallenstadion on February 25, 2016 in Zurich, Switzerland.  (Photo by Matthias Hangst/Getty Images)
FIFA: Towards a normalisation committee at Fecofa

In the grip of an institutional crisis and internal wars for several months, the latest episode being the case of the venue of the match between DR Congo and Mauritania in the framework of the 2023 AFCON qualifiers, the Congolese Football Federation is going through a turbulent period. Faced with this situation, many players are calling for FIFA's intervention to restore order within the body and subsequently initiate a new electoral process.

A request that could be heard in the coming weeks, according to information from Sports News Africa. The world football body follows closely the situation within the Fecofa and according to one of its members, the Congolese case will be treated at the end of the 73rd FIFA Congress to be held March 14 in Kigali, Rwanda. The most likely scenario is the establishment of a normalization committee. The decision would even be "already taken". Like the one currently in Guinea, its mission would be to manage the day-to-day affairs of Congolese soccer, while the texts governing the Congolese Football Federation are being updated, with a view to electing a new president.

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