A strong four man FUFA Delegation is in Rabat for the CAF Competitions Symposium that runs from Tuesday to Wednesday in Morocco.
The Symposium is a follow up of the CAF Executive Committee Meeting held in Manama-Bahrain on May 8th this year that decided to organize a symposium to develop the new vision of African football for the next ten (10) years.
FUFA is represented by its top brass led by President Eng. Moses Magogo, his 1st Vice President Justus Mugisha, 2nd Vice President Darius Mugoye and Chief Executive Officer Edgar Watson.
CAF President Ahmad Ahmad and FIFA President Gianni Infantino are also in Rabat for the Symposium.
The symposium will highlight all issues related to CAF Competitions including the organization, format and the schedule of CAF Competitions.
‘We are in Morocco to contribute ideas that will help change the face of African football. We have talent in this wonderful continent. However, we need to devise means on how to get the best through proper planning’ said FUFA President Eng. Moses Magogo.
The Symposium has brought together various stakeholders like players, referees, coaches, Media and administrators of African football.
The Moroccan Football Association and CAF have organized the Symposium.