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SAFA's vision in motion

2015-01-09 14:21
SAFA House (Gallo)

Cape Town - SAFA’s plan for South African football is in motion reckons Communications Manager, Dominic Chimhavi.

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According to Soccer Laduma, Chimhavi believes that the sun is shining on South African football as Bafana Bafana, Amajita and Amajimbos are all participating in prestigious African events.

“This is a historic moment for South African national football,” said Chimhavi.

“Never has there been a moment where three national side where all doing duty for the nation on the same day.”

Chimhavi continues to add by saying that the association is on the “right track” going forward.

“This is part of the vision SAFA have embarked on realising and we believe we are on the right track in building national teams which can compete both in Africa and on the global front.”

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