Land under construction in the Tajidor complex in Banjo, Minsp
In Roger Mela’s country for four days, the CAF-FIFA Joint Inspection Delegation, responsible for assessing the infrastructure for the 33rd final phase of the African Cup of Nations, will visit on Tuesday 25 May 2021 the western region that will house one of the chickens in the future competition.
Before this descent to the ground and to the direction of sunset, Ua Funca AugustineHe revealed to the press that the CAF had demanded that the number of training venues in the West be adjusted upward.
“We have already prepared the four stadiums required at the outset for the four teams that will be in West Pool, which are the extension of the Quikong Sports Stadium in Bafoussam, the Bamendzi Municipal Stadium in Bafoussam, the Municipal Stadium of Lambuda and Futsu. The Victor Stadium in Pandjeon. The CAF is back to tell us that, where the teams will be accommodated.” In hotels, some outside Bafoussam, the capital, training grounds should be added in order to bring players closer to their accommodation. Thus, a new stadium is under construction in the Tajidor complex in Bangu, a hotel that can accommodate two teams. The Bafang Municipal Stadium has finally been retained, which remains Under construction, which was not among the infrastructures of CAN, always in the logic of approximating the field of team training, “ Explained the head of territories who is also the head of the West site in the local organizing committee for the 2022 African Cup of Nations.
«All in all, Bafoussam chickens now have 1 competition stadium and 4 operational training stages. Two other training grounds, notably Bafang Stadium and Banjo, will complete this offer in the coming days, making it a combination of excessive infrastructure capacity from a sporting point of view, which in the long term can accommodate such as Douala and Yaoundé, 2 chickens during the CAF competition, with the anticipated completion of Tocket Omnisports Stadium, Referred to, on May 19, Professor Narcisse Mouille Combi, The Minister of Sports and Physical Education during a working visit to the Western Region.
The final stage of CAN takes place next year from January 9 to February 6.
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