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Jacques Anouma "my plan to serve African soccer."

Jacques Anouma, candidat à la présidence de la CAF.
Jacques Anouma "my plan to serve African soccer."

The Ivorian Jacques Anouma is very determined to lead the fight for the presidency of the Confederation of African Football (CAF). He made this known Friday, February 19 during a press conference in Abidjan.

The current FIFA-CAF emissary in Africa unveils his project entitled "Serving African Football." His major idea is to "restore the CAF". To do this, "if I am elected, I will devote myself entirely to the task," he said.

Anouma's program is divided into four strategic areas. These include reforming the governance and management of CAF, building the capacity of local soccer players, the implementation of a policy that will restore financial balance and the development of human skills (referees, technicians), among others.

In his exchanges with journalists, Jacques Anouma revealed that he maintains good relations with the other candidates, including his "brother and friend" the Senegalese Augustin Senghor and the Mauritanian Ahmed Yahya. "We talk regularly. And my concern is that we reach an agreement for a single West African candidate. Moreover, I am announcing that I will be in Dakar on Saturday, February 20," he adds.

Jacques Anouma and FIFA...

What kind of relationship does he envisage with the supreme body of world soccer? Africa has a long history with FIFA in the context of specific development projects for its soccer. With determination, humility and dedication, we will discuss the terms of a new partnership with all and regain the respect, consideration and trust of each other," said the former member of the Executive Committee of CAF and FIFA.

Jacques Anouma calls for the spirit of discernment of the various presidents of national associations who will go to the polls on March 12 in Rabat to elect the successor to Ahmad Ahmad. So that they vote for him "massively.

Jacques Anouma "my plan to serve African soccer."

The Ivorian Jacques Anouma is very determined to lead the fight for the presidency of the Confederation of African Football (CAF). He made this known Friday, February 19 during a press conference in Abidjan.

The current FIFA-CAF emissary in Africa unveils his project entitled "Serving African Football." His major idea is to "restore the CAF". To do this, "if I am elected, I will devote myself entirely to the task," he said.

Anouma's program is divided into four strategic areas. These include reforming the governance and management of CAF, building the capacity of local soccer players, the implementation of a policy that will restore financial balance and the development of human skills (referees, technicians), among others.

In his exchanges with journalists, Jacques Anouma revealed that he maintains good relations with the other candidates, including his "brother and friend" the Senegalese Augustin Senghor and the Mauritanian Ahmed Yahya. "We talk regularly. And my concern is that we reach an agreement for a single West African candidate. Moreover, I am announcing that I will be in Dakar on Saturday, February 20," he adds.

Jacques Anouma and FIFA...

What kind of relationship does he envisage with the supreme body of world soccer? Africa has a long history with FIFA in the context of specific development projects for its soccer. With determination, humility and dedication, we will discuss the terms of a new partnership with all and regain the respect, consideration and trust of each other," said the former member of the Executive Committee of CAF and FIFA.

Jacques Anouma calls for the spirit of discernment of the various presidents of national associations who will go to the polls on March 12 in Rabat to elect the successor to Ahmad Ahmad. So that they vote for him "massively.

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