Lagos - Former World Footballer of the Year, George Weah, has warned CAF of the consequence of handling the Ebola virus disease "with levity" at the expense of the 2015 AFCON, SuperSport reports.
The 48-year-old Liberian explained to journalists in Abuja on Wednesday that Morocco should be given time to put "precautionary plans in place" to combat the deadly virus, which has "killed thousands of people" in his country.
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Weah has called on CAF to extend the date of the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations if Morocco billed to play hosts to the tournament feel they are unprepared under the current circumstance with the Ebola virus disease now at "epidemic" level.
The former AC Milan and Paris St Germain striker believes that it will be careless to go ahead with the tournament amid the danger the virus could cause to the continent.Read more at SuperSport.
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