The city of Laâyoune will host the meeting of the Executive Committee of CAF on the sidelines of the African Cup of Nations (AfCON) of futsal, scheduled for January 28 and February 7, said, on Monday, a statement from the Royal Moroccan Federation Football (FRMF).
Preparations for the Futsal AfCON and the next meeting of the CAF Executive Committee were the main points raised during the meeting of the FRMF Steering Committee, held Monday at the headquarters of the federation and chaired by the president of the FRMF, Fouzi Lekjaa.
The agenda of this meeting also focused on the major events that Morocco will host, in particular the study day on the development of football infrastructures in Africa, which will be held in February at the Mohammed VI Football Complex in Salted with the participation of CAF member associations and representatives of FIFA, the statement continued.
During this meeting, the president of the Futsal and Beach Soccer Commission, Mouloud Ajef, drew up an inventory of the preparations for this competition, adding that these are taking place in good conditions to welcome all the participants whose selections, official delegations, the media and supporters.
In addition, the president of the Player Status Commission, Hassan Filali, and the president of the Management Control Commission, Abdelaziz Talbi, highlighted the financial situation of the clubs and the multitude of files submitted to the National Chamber of dispute resolution (CNRL), where it was decided to set a financial threshold for clubs determined at the start of the season by the Joint Committee for Club Financial Supervision and the qualification of players, and to present bank guarantees instead of moral guarantees and personal guarantees for clubs that have exceeded the threshold previously set for the recruitment of players.
With regard to Coaching Contracts, the FRMF states that the committee has confirmed the decision already in force, at the explicit request of the Coaching Association, namely the rejection of any contract concluded between the clubs and the technical executives whose the rupture was effective during the same season.
At the meeting, Lekjaa asked the president of the National Women’s Football League (LNFF) and the president of the National Diversified Football League (LNFD) to prepare, from next week, a development work plan of their respective leagues, the statement continued.
For his part, the president of the Central Arbitration Commission (CCA), Jamal Kaaouachi presented a detailed presentation on the preparations in progress about the technique of VAR which will be used in national championship from the 1st day of the return phase