“The last major event that CAF organized in Angola was the 2010 African Cup of Nations (CAN2010), so we brought this training. It is a commitment I have as a Portuguese-speaking citizen. Angola cannot be behind, it has to organize more events for the organization and for FIFA”, said the person in charge of professional football at CAF, Muhammad Feizal Sidat.
The manager attended a training session on the online club licensing platform, which brings together 14 African countries, from Monday to Friday.
“Angola will be the fourth country in Africa to have a direct session with its clubs. It is a great benefit and clubs will be better prepared to use this new CAF online club licensing platform”, he stressed.
Participating in this meeting are 60 technicians from various countries, including Portuguese-speaking Mozambique, Cape Verde, Guinea-Bissau and São Tomé and Príncipe, as well as Angola.