CAF President Welcomes FRMF’s Commitment to Development of Football in Africa
Rabat – President of the African Football Confederation (CAF) Patrice Motsepe lauded the commitment of the Royal Moroccan Football Federation (FRMF) and the Moroccan people to the development and growth of football in Africa.
This commitment was once again demonstrated during the organization of the 43rd CAF General Assembly, which took place on March 12 in Rabat, said Motsepe in a letter to the president of the FRMF, Faouzi Lakjaa.
The president of CAF thanked, on this occasion, HM King Mohammed VI for this “excellent” organization on Moroccan ground.
Motsepe, elected president of CAF at this 43rd GA, expressed his intention to continue asking for the advice of the president of the FRMF “to significantly change and improve CAF and African football and make it competitive and sustainable”.
The president of the largest continental football entity notably mentioned, in this context, “CAF’s multi-party project worth a billion dollars that we are exploring, because this project is important and we must make significant progress”, underlined the same source.
Faouzi Lekjaa was elected member of the FIFA Council, in the Arabic-Portuguese-Spanish speaking linguistic group, alongside Egyptian Hany Abo Rida, who was running for a second term.
Last modified : 26 March 2021