Cameroon to play in Abidjan benefit match

ABIDJAN - Cameroon have agreed to play the Ivory Coast in a friendly on June 13 to raise money for families of those killed in the stadium disaster in Abidjan, the two country's football associations said on Sunday. The match will be played at the Felix Houphouet-Boigny stadium, where 19 people died in a crush as fans tried to push their way into a World Cup qualifier between the Ivorians and Malawi. FIFA have announced an extension of their investigation into the stadium disaster, the latest in a long line of similar ones in Africa. NEWS: Drogba mourns fans after stadium tragedy NEWS: FIFA order inquiry into Abidjan tragedy NEWS: Stadium tragedy overshadows Ivory Coast win