My dream is to see an African country win the World Cup
Former France international Patrice Evra says his dream is to one day see an African country win the World Cup.
The former Manchester United defender is in the West African country on a four-day special visit to Ghana as part of his plans to promote his new book ‘I Love The Game’.
Evra and his team visited Jubilee House, the seat of government in Accra, on Wednesday 14 September.
He had a meeting with the President of the Republic H.E. Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and hinted that he hopes the African country will one day win the FIFA World Cup.
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“My dream, as I said, is that maybe one African team will one day win the World Cup. It’s not the last time I’ll be here. It’s such a beautiful country and thank you for having us,” said Patrice Evra.
He further indicated that he wants to help change the bad narrative around Africa.
“My dream now is also to change the image of Africa. That’s why I’ve been to Senegal, Cameroon, Nigeria and now Ghana,” added Patrice Evra.
With the 2022 World Cup to be played in Qatar, Ghana, Senegal, Cameroon, Tunisia and Morocco will represent Africa in the Mundial from November 20 to December 18.
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