Nigeria and Ghana risk suspension by Fifa
The international governing body of football has issued ultimatums to the two countries over outside interference in their football associations.
Nigeria and Ghana are both facing international suspensions by Fifa after a final notice was issued on Tuesday over outside interference in their football associations.
Both countries could be suspended from international football if they fail to comply with Fifa’s instructions by Monday.
In a statement by its Media Office, the world football governing body said that the two federations had been notified about the ‘undue interference in their affairs’ and about the potential suspension that might derive from this.
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