Nigeria have lost their right to enter two clubs into each of the annual African club competitions after years of poor results. CAF confirmed to BBC that just one club from Nigeria will enter into the next Champions League and Confederation Cup. However, for the first time in eight years, Libya will be able to enter two teams per competition. The system is used to determine which countries get an extra side in the two continental club competitions. For the 2018-19 competitions, the five are joined by Cameroon, Ivory Coast, Libya, Mozambique, South Africa, Sudan and Zambia.
Source: Libya Today October 31, 2018 03:45 UTC