Breaking News: LFA president Musa Bility wins EC Seat for CAF .......ISSA HAYATOU BEATEN IN CAF ELECTION
Liberia football chief Musa Bility has been selected as a CAF executive committee member...
Congratulations To the Liberian Football head Musa Bility who has became the 2nd Liberianto sit on the Executive committee of CAF
Marcel Bertin, former LFA Secretary General in the 1970s was the first CAF executive committee member from Liberia
The End of Hayatou's Dynasty
-CAF gets new President
The 70-year-old led the African Football Body for 29-years, but was today threw out in a humiliating-vote cast in Addis Ababa.
Madagascar Football Association President Ahmad Ahmad has been elected Confederation of African Football president, ending Issa Hayatou's 29-year reign.
According to the BBC, Ahmad won 34 of the 54 votes in the election while the incumbent accumulated 20 votes in the thirsty-for-change poll on Thursday.
Cameroonian Hayatou took charge of CAF in 1988 and has been challenged for the presidency only twice before and both times won with landslide victories.
Ahmad, who became Madagascar FA chief in 2003, takes over as Caf president on an initial four-year term, and has promised to modernise the body and make it more transparent.
His first job, he told the BBC earlier on Thursday, would be to introduce a new code of ethics and he has also pledged to extend ethics checks on African football officials.