African football body Caf says audit allegations ‘unfounded’

The workings of Caf have come under intense scrutiny

The governing body of African football, Caf, has said the findings of an audit that concluded it was unreliable and untrustworthy are “unfounded”.

Details of the audit, by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), emerged during the week. Amongst its findings, the audit questioned the body’s accounting, its governance, and its payments, which it found to be “unreliable and not trustworthy.”

The audit also highlighted transactions totalling more than $20m (£15.4m) which either have “little or no supporting documentation” or were considered “higher risk”.

But following an Executive Committee meeting in Doha on Friday, Caf released a statement