The Football Kenya Federation (FKF) president Nick Mwendwa today paid a courtesy call on Qatar ambassador to Kenya Jabor Dosari Bin Ali at his Gigiri office – Nairobi.
According to a statement from the Kandanda House, Nick and Bin Ali discussed how the two countries can cooperate in areas of football development.
“…Discussions around the two majored on how best Kenya and Qatar can cooperate in areas of football development.”
Qatar are a force in global football and boosts some of the best football systems.
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The country which recently won the Asian Cup will stage the next World Cup in 2022.
Qatar based Aspire Academy has helped in naturing talents from Kenya as well as across Africa.
Despite boasting immense football talents, Kenya lacks the necessary infrastructure to produce enough professionals with just a few coming out.
The country lost the hosting rights to the 2018 CHAN due to lack of enough stadiums.
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