Road to Qatar 2022 with Samuel Eto’o. Qatar’s ambassador for the World Cup, which will be played in less than 90 days in this country of the Gulf monarchies, Samuel Eto’o son, the former Captain of the Indomitable Lions and current President of the Cameroon Football Federation of Cameroon (Fécafoot) has been touring for a few days on the West African side. The aim is to raise World Cup fever and bring hope to the minds of Africans. Massive revelations about the possibilities for Africa to win the World Cup. (READ ALSO: Qatar 2022 draw: Cameroon in Group G with Brazil ).
In the logic of his Road to Qatar2022, less than 100 days from this great planetary mass of football and multiple and diverse passions, the Qatari ambassador Samuel Eto’o, had written in his social media accounts and pages « The Excitement is building as we celebrate #100DaysToGo leading up to the first @fifaworldcup in the Middle East and Arab world! « . A few days later, he was in Senegal, at the Abdoulaye Wade stadium for his tour of West Africa. (READ ALSO: Here is the list of countries qualified for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar ).
Road to Qatar 2022 with Samuel Eto’o to motivate and advise Africans
What needs to change for an African team to win the World Cup: It will change the world view and the way the world sees Africa. They [the South Americans] are preparing well and believe they can win. The first thing is to believe. (Samuel Eto’o on #JoySports in Ghana
In his Twitter account is marked this unforgettable moment by this sentence full of meaning: “ Thank you Senegal for your incredible hospitality. A real pleasure to visit the Abdoulaye Wade stadium and discuss the essential reign of African football during this @FIFAWorldCup. “And to the Senegalese media iTV Senegal to confirm with a publication that” The legend came to see us. Exclusive interview with Mr. @SamuelEtoo ”
Africans at the World Cup
The one who brings hope to the hearts of Africans and children and the poor through the achievements of his Eto’o Foundation is this Saturday, August 20 in Ghana, the country of the Black Stars. Like Senegal, another plenipotentiary ambassador of African football in the Qatari world. “ It’s great to be here in Ghana. To talk about the limitless potential of African football. This World Cup will be our World Cup. A video post from ‘ Zak is here ‘, the popular Ghanaian sports page with over 109,000 subscribers and media contributor JoySports, quickly reached 8,000 views within hours.
…As far as physical training is concerned, we (the African teams) are well prepared but not at the tactical level. And of course not at the administrative level, but we have new FA presidents who are ambitious to find solutions.