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FOOT TOGO: 12 CLUBS IN D1 OR NOTHING! THE STATE PUTS GABRIEL AMÉYI IN HIS PLACE

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The Togolese government has taken a firm stance regarding the ongoing crisis within local football, particularly concerning the number of clubs set to start the new D1 season. Despite initial plans for the season to commence on March 8, the situation has been deadlocked due to disagreements over the increase in the number of clubs in D1 to 14, a decision made by the president of the FTF, Gabriel Améyi.

This decision has been met with resistance from the Ministry of Sports, which insists on adherence to existing regulations. Despite calls for compliance, Améyi maintained his position and even sought intervention from FIFA. However, FIFA’s response was not supportive of Améyi’s decision, emphasizing the need to adhere to previous commitments and regulations.

The Togolese government, wary of FIFA’s warnings regarding political interference, has stood firm on the issue. They insist on maintaining the format of 12 clubs in D1 and 24 in D2, as established in the previous season. Any deviation from this standard is not acceptable to the government.

The government’s stance has placed pressure on Améyi and the FTF executive office to adhere to established regulations and commitments. Additionally, discussions during the meeting also addressed other issues such as the division within the FTF executive office and the recruitment of a new coach for the Eperviers.

Tags: Gabriel Améyi, Togo, D1, FIFA, crisis, Ministry of Sports, regulations

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