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“FIFA U-17 World Cup will be a game changer for Indian Football”

As the days go passing the struggle and the importance of utilising each and every passing moment will show up a lot importance for the upcoming FIFA World Cup scheduled in India next year.

The All India Football Federation General Secretary Mr. Kushal Das dubbed the first ever FIFA World Cup to be hosted by India as a game changer for Indian Football.

And certainly if used correctly it definitely can be a big revolution in Indian football and the AIFF is trying their heart out to get the needful done.

soccerex.com had a interview with the AIFF General Secretory, Mr. Kushal Das wherein the satisfied Mr. Das expressed, “We expect the FIFA U 17 World Cup to be a game changer for Indian football. We are on track with the infrastructure upgradation for the event as well as preparing the team.”

“The World Cup is a 23 day event and it is critical that we create a legacy to popularise football amongst the youth in India”

“Recently FIFA did an inspection visit at the various venues and expressed their satisfaction and have ratified all the 6 venues.”, Mr. Das added.

The U17 Squad which holds a lot of players for sure for representing India in the U17 World Cup have been given a lot of opportunities playing with world class teams like Brazil, Russia and many more when asked about the same Mr. Das replied  

“After a 2 month exposure trip in Europe, they played 3 competitive tournaments against the likes of the national teams of USA, South Korea Brazil, Russia and Iran and performed competitively. They are playing more tournaments in Brazil and Russia in the next 2-3 months” to soccerex.com

Special Credits : AIFF Media

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