I’m a fighter, Amaju’s opponent declares

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The Beninioise opponent of Pinnick Amaju for a seat in the CAF executive committee, Anjorin Musharaf is talking tough ahead of the election.

The Beninoise FA boss who spoke exclusively to Daily Sunsports at the Radison Blu hotel here in Addis yesterday said he is a fighter and is battle ready for today’s election.

The Abeokuta, Ogun state born soccer buff who had since taken up Republic of Benin nationality said only a dead man stops fighting.

“I love to fight. I have been a fighter all my life and this is one of the biggest battles I’m fighting as a football administrator. We see how it goes,” he said.

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Anjorin, who is a Hayatou loyalist said they cannot fold their arms and see those he called “small boys” take over African football.

“Who is Ahmad? Those trying to sack us are small boys,” the 64-year old Anjorin said.

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