By Boris Esono N
Football Writer kick442.com-Cameroon
ANADA has become the first team to withdraw from the ongoing Fako Divisional League, as per information made known to kick442.com.
The team and his opponents Botafogo AFC failed to show up in their Matchday one fixture that was to be played this Wednesday, April 7 at the BGS School Field.
According to the Secretary-General of the Fako Divisional League Charles Dikonge ANADA has withdrawn from the competition. He went on to tell kick442.com that the teams that are to play ANADA in the championship have all been awarded three points.
It is still uncertain if this decision is expected to be in favour of Botafogo, who was not present for their game, or they were informed earlier of ANADA’s decision to withdraw and that is why they didn’t show up for the match.
ANADA was placed in Pool C in the championship. Their withdrawal leaves five teams to be in Pool C. They include: Istanbul Football Academy, Aljazeera Sports Academy of Muyuka, Babungo Football Academy, Fako United FC, and Botafogo AFC.
The Fako Divisional League did not take place last year. This was because before it could be launched, the coronavirus pandemic forced activities to be suspended in the entire country.
The Fako League made history this year as some 18 clubs registered to take part in the championship. However, with the withdrawal of ANADA, just 17 clubs are remaining. Reports, however, indicate that licenses issues may be a problem to some clubs in the competition and may withdraw.
However, licences issues have forced some clubs to be sidelined as they await solutions to their licence issues. Four clubs are without licences while one has just five licences.
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