The Confederations of African Football (Caf) has dropped consecutive 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers among Ghana and Sierra Leone this month.

The fixtures, planned for the 11th and 14th of October were rejected after the Sierra Leone Football Association’s (SLFA) inability to meet a Fifa Deadline.

The West Africans were given a restriction from football’s world overseeing body on Friday after the nation’s administration neglected to agree to Fifa’s structure to restore Isha Johansen as leader of the SLFA.

It is hazy at this phase what the results are for gathering rivals Ghana, Ethiopia and Kenya, and additionally if the choice means changeless exclusion for Sierra Leone.

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