GOOD CASE STUDY
For a league that seeks to carve a niche for itself in the ever tricky world of football administration, the general organization of this championship has raised the bar a tad higher and is worth emulating in every sense of the word.
To cap the fine perfomances, officiating was amazingly top notch, perhaps arising from the reliable and improved perks of match handlers.
World over, sport without an audience is stubbornly stale. The fans have not disappointed. Irresistibly drawn by the skillful displays on offer, football followers flooded venues to be entertained and catch up on progress of their beloved teams. ‘Super Sunday’s’ was at the height of the championship was testament to that.
Arenas were filled to the brim, the trickle down effects translating to bread on the table of almost all involved, from players to officials to administrators, stewards, marketers et al.
BORROW A LEAF
Credit goes to one man who is the architect of this magnificent structure, the brains behind Extreme Sports Limited.
Appointed by CAF President Dr.Ahmad as CAF Media Expert. An expert on African football with over 13 years experience ,always with an ear to the ground with indepth knowledge of the game. I have worked for top publications including 7 years at www.supersport.com until i founded www.soka25east.com to quench the thirst of football lovers across the continent. I have trained young upcoming journalists who are now a voice in African football.I have covered World Cup,AFCON,CHAN,Champions League,Confederations Cup,Cecafa,Cosafa,Wafu and many other football tournaments across the World. Founder Football Africa Arena(FAA),Founder www.afrisportdigital.com