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AN AFRICAN WORLD CHAMPION TEAM IN BRAZIL? POSSIBLE ACCORDING TO FIFA…

Jérôme Valke, the French Secretary General of FIFA, expressed optimism about the potential success of African teams in the upcoming FIFA World Cup in Brazil. He emphasized FIFA’s commitment to supporting African football development and expressed hope that an African team would reach the World Cup final soon.

Valke highlighted the importance of professionalizing African championships and developing grassroots football to enhance the continent’s footballing prowess. He reassured attendees at a recent seminar that FIFA is dedicated to supporting African football development until 2022.

Despite no African team having won the World Cup thus far, three countries have reached the quarter-finals: Cameroon in 1990, Senegal in 2002, and Ghana in 2010. Valke’s remarks underscore FIFA’s belief in the potential of African football and its commitment to fostering its growth and success on the global stage.

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