What management for African football?

Ahmad Ahmad, former president of CAF, the African Football Confederation, in Morocco (2017).


By: Alain Foka

1 min

Who to succeed Ahmad Ahmad at the head of the African Football Confederation?

A few weeks before the March 12, 2021 poll in Rabat, Morocco, the tension around the candidatures is intense.

It is also the moment for many specialists of African football to wonder about the strategy to adopt, to put an end to the repeated scandals which splash the confederation, and for Africa to cease being only the supplier of muscles for European and Persian Gulf championships.


With our guests


- Mouad Hajji

, former secretary general of the African Football Confederation (CAF) and general coordinator of the Royal Moroccan Football Federation (FRMF)

- Philippe Doucet

, sports journalist

- Alexis Billebault,

sports journalist

- Rémy Ngono

, journalist and regular columnist on the RFI football program,

Radio Foot Internationale



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