Abuja -The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has laid down "the minimum required criteria" for clubs that will participate in the Champions League and Confederation Cup next year.
The African apex body sent out official word to the various national federations, including the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), affiliated to it on the criteria for their clubs to meet ahead of next year's Champions League and Confederation Cup, SuperSport reports.
CAF stated in its letter in October to the NFF that clubs must "fulfill the minimum required criteria at the national level for the Club Licensing System. They must obtain their licenses from their federations prior to their participation in those competitions."
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