Caf Fix Jan 22nd -24 For Rivers United V Celtic Replay In Neutral Venue.

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The Confederation Cup tie between Nigeria's Rivers United and South Africa's Bloemfontein Celtic has been rescheduled for the weekend of 22-24 January. The second leg of the last 32 tie will now be played in a neighbouring country to Nigeria, which has more lenient Covid-19 protocols for travellers arriving from South Africa. Originally the match should have been played on 6 January at Adokiye Amaisimaka stadium in Port Harcourt but Celtics were not able to travel to Nigeria due to the strict coronavirus regulations by the Nigerian Government The Nigerian Football Federation to decide and communicate the venue, date, kick-off-time and the approval of the neutral host association by 12 January 2021 at the latest.

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