non-Football Federation President: we aim at the World Cup champion; the non-Super League has made great progress.
December 22-African Football Federation President Motsepe said in an interview that the goal of African countries is to win the World Cup, and the African Super League has also made some progress.
Motsepe said: “the 54 African members of the non-Football Federation are very proud and encouraged by the victory and success of the five African countries that represented the African Football Federation in the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. We are also proud of Morocco’s historic semi-finals of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. ”
“this is the first time in the history of the World Cup that an African country has reached the semi-finals. I would like to express my deep gratitude to the entire Moroccan national team. God bless him. Our goal is to ensure that African countries win the World Cup, which is feasible. ”
“We are making significant progress in ensuring that African football is self-sufficient and globally competitive. We will continue to invest in school football, youth schools for boys and girls, as well as football infrastructure and facilities. It is also committed to improving the quality of trainers, coaches, referees and football of 54 non-FIFA member associations. As we have mutually beneficial discussions with sponsors, partners and financial investors, the implementation of global best practices in governance, auditing and management is bearing fruit, and we have made good progress in the African Premier League. the news will be released in due course. ”
“We will continue to use football as a tool to unite people of different ethnic, ethnic and religious backgrounds and contribute to the improvement of the socio-economic and living conditions of all.”