The South African Football Association (SAFA) and its president, Danny Jordaan, have put their stamp of approval on FIFA’s idea to have the World Cup take place every two years following comments from Jordaan. The longtime leader indicated his belief that the World Cup had done nothing to better African football and that holding the tournament biennially would benefit football development on the continent, affirming CAF’s unique stance on the issue compared to the rest of world football. Inside World Football has more on Jordaan’s comments and the incentive African football has to support FIFA’s position.
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