CAF General Secretary, Mouad Hajji resigns

According to various media reports, Morocco’s Mouad Hajji has resigned from his position as Confederation of African Football (CAF) General Secretary.

Hajji took on the role back in April 2019 after replacing the late Amr Fahmy and now according to Moroccan news outlet Le360 is believed to have resigned less than a year later.

Hajji started his career in the world of football as the head of Raja Casablanca’s ethics committee before becoming the Chief of Staff of the Moroccan Ministry of Youth and Sports in 2009.

He then was appointed as the assistant director of the Club World Cups that took place in Morocco in 2013 and 2014. Hajji was then appointed as director of the cooperation commission at Royal Moroccan Football Federation.

Before taking on his role as CAF General Secretary, Hajji used to occupy the CAF Administrative General Coordinator position.