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The governing body of African football has appealed to the British authorities to allow African players playing in the Premier League (England’s 1st division) to participate in the 2022 World Cup qualifiers, with several African nations at risk of being deprived of of their players for the Fifa dates of September 2021 which will coincide with the start of the 2022 World Cup qualifiers in Qatar.

Faced with the refusal of the Premier League clubs to release African players, and also South Americans for health reasons, the African Football Confederation (Caf) sent a letter to the British government.

In that letter to APA on Thursday, the Confederation of African Football (Caf) called on the British government to grant exemptions to African internationals playing in the Premier League so that they can take part in the qualifiers. “The Caf, on behalf of all African associations, African players and supporters, has urged the UK government to urgently provide the required exemptions to allow African players to compete for their country in the upcoming FIFA World Cup qualifiers. world, wrote the Caf in a press release.

The request comes at a time when English Premier League clubs are banning their players from traveling to countries on the “coronavirus red list”.

Players from those countries are subject to an extended quarantine upon their return to the UK, a situation Premier League clubs deem undesirable.

However, during Euro 2020 which ended last month, the British government had shown flexibility in reducing its sanitary arrangements to be able to host the semi-finals and finals of the competition.

A double standard decried by the Caf. “Caf notes that similar waivers have been granted by the British government to allow the participation of delegations and officials, among others, in the European Championship final which was held less than two months ago. “

Caf said the same treatment should be given to African players called up by their national teams to play qualifiers in Africa. The British authorities did not react to this request from the Caf.

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