Sports CAF bans JS Kabylie for two years over death of Cameroonian footballer Albert Ebosse

Confederation of African Football(CAF) on Monday placed a two-year ban on Algerian clubside JS Kabylie following the death of their player Albert Ebosse.

Ebosse was killed after he was hit by a stone from the stands by the Kabylie fans during a league game which they lost.

The Cameroonian scored his side's only goal in their 2-1 loss on that day,but he was brought down by stone as he made his way out of the stadium.

Kabylie qualifed for the Champions League having finished second in the league,but CAF took the decision to ban Kabylie during a meeting in Ethiopia.

Already,Algerian Football Authorities have banished Kabylie from their stadium for the wholeof the season,whol fans are also not able to attending any matches - home and away - until the start of the year.

However,CAF has also decided to establish an annual fair-play award named after the late player.

CAF executive committee said it: "awarded every year to a member association based on a fair-play rating adopted by ExCo and to be applied in all Caf competitions for clubs and national teams of each member association."

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