Africa Needs to Raise Standards of Local Leagues

Governments together with football federations should work together to revise means of developing and promoting local clubs and players to improve quality of African soccer leagues.
Photo: CAF

African soccer leagues are struggling to turn professional and compete with other world big clubs like Europe clubs.

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