The African Confederation of Football (CAF) announced that Raja Athletic Club of Casablanca lost its appeal for the second time regarding Horoya Conakry’s player: the Guinean Mohamed Camara. CAF re-insured the legality of the player’s contract with his current club. Raja claimed the player should not have been able to take part in African Champions League games since he was gone on a loan from CODM Meknes to the guinean club.
CAF announcement stated that Camara’s transfer to Horoya Conakry from his former club CODM of Meknes was totally legal in accordance with Articles 30, 31 and 46 of CAF’s disciplinary code.
The committee that studied the appeal request, reached its decision after being persuaded of the evidence submitted by the Guineans, and
said in a statement that Raja will have to pay 3 thousand dollars for the African Confederation of Football , as a value of the costs of the appeal in accordance with Article 58 of CAF’s disciplinary code.