Cameroon U-23 might be heading to the AFCON U-23 tournament in Morocco next month despite loosing the qualifiers after the suspension of Gabon U-23 National team by CAF disciplinary committee.
CAF disciplinary committee has disqualified Gabon U-23 National Team for using a player with double identify during the match against Cameroon U-23. FECAFOOT filed a complain for age fraud against Gabonese striker Floris Djav and CAF has today Wednesday May 17th taken action by sanctioning the Gabonese U-23 team. Gabon registered the players year of birth as 1997 instead of 2003.
Cameroon U-23 is the team in line to replace Gabon in the U-23 AFCON in Morocco in June as the CAF disciplinary committee has announced they will summit the decision for them to be replaced to the organizing committee.
They will play in Group B alongside Egypt, Mali and Niger if the decision is granted by the organizing committee.
According to article 44 of the CAF ethics, any team found guilty of age fraud will lead to the suspension of the country for the next competition.