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Senior Sports Reporter
JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) - LIBERIA Football Association President Musa Bility has been banned for six months after the Confederation of African Football (CAF) cracked the whip on errant members associations.
Bility was found guilty of using CAF confidential documents (CAF Executive Committee minutes) without prior approval of CAF.
The Liberian Football Association was subsequently fined US$10 000.
The punishment was meted out following the CAF Dsiciplinary Board Meeting in Marrakech, Morocco.
The board meanwhile fined Egyptian side Al Ahly and ordered them to play four matches behind closed doors following excessive use of flares in a recent match.
Half the sentence was suspended.
Morocco’s WAC, Dynamos of Zimbabwe, AS Vita (DRC), Power Dynamos (Zambia) and El Merreikh of Sudan were all handed fines ranging from $5 000 to $20 000 for spectator violence in recent matches.
South African footballer, Amanda Sister had her suspension reduced from two to one year after she was found guilty of doping during the African Women’s Championships in Equatorial Guinea last year.
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