Namibia have expressed distaste over the pace at which Caf is handling their appeal against Burkina Faso for fielding an ineligible player in their Africa Cup of Nations pre-qualification
-Up to now we haven't anything from them [Caf] and that's not in the spirit of fair play, Namibia FA president John Muinjo told BBC Sport.
-I'm a principled person and if principles are not being respected, then obviously I won't be happy with that.
-In my view the decision to dismiss our original protest was not a football but political decision.
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Muinjo also confirmed that they would take the case to the court of arbitration should the situation Caf not expedite matters or rule against their appeal.
-We're going to move on, and moving on means if the right decision doesn't come our way, then we're going for arbitration.
-The most important thing for us is for justice to take place, and to us it's a matter of principle, so it doesn't matter how long it's going to take.
-The fact of the matter is that we're prepared to go further and follow all the routes that will bring the right decision to the table.
The ineligible player in question is Burkina Faso's Cameroon-born Herve Zengue who had not been cleared by FIFA to play for the Stallions