Ethiopia and Liberia have become the latest African countries to announce the cancellation of their leagues due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Ethiopian Football Federation declared the 2019/20 Premier League season “null and void”.
According to reports there will be no winners and relegation for the campaign.
This means Ethiopia will have no representative for the 2020-21 CAF inter-clubs competitions.
In Liberia, the 2019/20 Orange National League season has been nullified without promotion or relegation.
According to the Liberian FA: ‘The executive committee resolved to use a play-off of the top four teams in the first division in the event the Confederation of African Football (Caf) requests a representative from Liberia for the Caf Champions League’.
Mauritius became the first African country earlier this month to call a halt to its season.
This was followed bt Kenya and Angola.
CAF gave member associations a 5 May 2020 [today] deadline to communicate the future of their leagues.