Cameroon legend Patrick Mboma Dem is to be appointed Confederation of African Football (CAF) Deputy General Secretary in charge of competitions and football, a close source at the confederation of African football has hinted.
According to camerounactuonline.com, Richard Naha, former Cameroonian footballer and two-time African champion, Patrick Mboma would be approached to be appointed deputy secretary general of the African Football Confederation to replace Anthony Baffoe. “Patrick Mboma is the future Deputy Secretary General of the African Football Confederation” declared without ambiguity Richard Naha, who reputed to have reliable sources with CAF
Antony Baffoe who was appointed in 2017 as CAF Deputy Secretary General by the former CAF president Ahmad Ahmad will leave the continental football body at the end of this month, June 2021 CAF conformed after Baffoe tender his resignation
According Anthony Baffoe “This was a decision I took three months ago due to personal reasons. The journey which started in November 2017 sadly ends, giving way to the start of a fresh journey. I count myself lucky to have served CAF and being at the forefront of the administration of the game on the continent. Praise be to Almighty Allah. I am grateful to the CAF Executive Committee led by Patrice Motsepe for the opportunity, not forgetting former CAF President Ahmad Ahmad for seeing the potential in me at first hand.”
With South African Patrice Motsepe elected as CAF president about three months ago and looking forward to appoint another Secretary General which he is yet to officially announced the name of the new recruit who will replace Anthony Baffoe, It’s believed that Cameroon legend, two times African player of the year and CANAL+ Channel Communication Assist is the favourite to replace Anthony Baffoe