AU, CAF share World Cup vision

AU, CAF share World Cup vision

20 September 2014

African Union chairperson Dr Nkosana Dlamini-Zuma says African nations should over the next decade work hard and aspire to win the FIFA World Cup. And CAF president Issa Hayatou says there was nothing stopping African nations from winning the FIFA World Cup in the coming 10 years. The FIFA World ...

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