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09-04-2004, 15:44
Over een maandje word het zover

President of the international football federation (FIFA), Joseph Blatter, launched Thursday the construction of a center for football training in Maamoura (near Rabat).

The US $845.000-worth project is funded by FIFA, part the Goal project that is a development initiative destined to meet specific needs of member national associations. The project is aimed at bridging the gap between the developed European countries and the under developed nations in Africa, Asia and South America to help develop football worldwide, as it offers the beneficiary countries the opportunity to train coaches, referees, and football administrators as well as to embark on youth development programmes.

The training center in Morocco, to be built on a 2,200 meter area, will comprise 24 double rooms and 10 individual rooms, a restaurant, in addition to a body-building and care rooms.

President of the Moroccan football royal federation, Housni Benslimane, said the center is part of efforts aimed at upgrading national football. He added that the center is part of a series of sports infrastructures, including Moulay Rachid national sports institute, the royal institute for cadres training and the sports center. These infrastructures, he said, will constitute in the near future the Olympic city of Maamoura.

In the same connection, Blatter said he is proud of this project that would enable over sixty people to follow an adequate training in football.

Some 170 countries have already benefited of the Goal project that will enter in the second phase in the near future, said president of the Goal Project, Mohamed Ben Hammam Al Abdellah, underlining that it is a dream that comes true.

Blatter, who is on a two-day visit to Morocco, was received Thursday by HM king Mohammed VI.

09-04-2004, 15:45


Morocco has a “very strong bid” for hosting the 2010 football world cup, president of the international football federation (FIFA), Joseph Blatter, said.

Blatter, who was received Thursday by HM king Mohammed VI, told the press after the audience with the monarch, he wishes “good luck” for Morocco, underlining that he was honored by the royal distinctions he and delegation accompanying him were extended.

He said HM the king highlighted at the audience the economic and logistic development achieved in the sectors of tourism and communication, as well as the construction of various infrastructures, including ports, airports and stadiums.

Blatter added that the sovereign assured that the accelerated rhythm will continue even if Morocco is not selected as host country for the 2010 world soccer cup.

Morocco is competing with Egypt, Libya, South Africa and Tunisia for the 2010 finals that will be organized for the first time in Africa.

Blatter recalled in this connection FIFA’s efforts to allow Africa host for the first time ever this sports event, noting that “it is a victory for the continent.”

FIFA’s executive committee will announce next May 15 in Zurich the name of the winner country.

Earlier, Moroccan prime minister, Driss Jettou, who also met the FIFA president said he is very optimistic about Morocco’s chances to host the world cup, underlining that the kingdom “is ready to host this international rendezvous and will (â€&brvbar honor the image of the African continent.”

09-04-2004, 15:52

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Morocco has a “very strong bid” for hosting the 2010 football world cup, president of the international football federation (FIFA), Joseph Blatter, said.

Blatter, who was received Thursday by HM king Mohammed VI, told the press after the audience with the monarch, he wishes “good luck” for Morocco, underlining that he was honored by the royal distinctions he and delegation accompanying him were extended.

He said HM the king highlighted at the audience the economic and logistic development achieved in the sectors of tourism and communication, as well as the construction of various infrastructures, including ports, airports and stadiums.

Blatter added that the sovereign assured that the accelerated rhythm will continue even if Morocco is not selected as host country for the 2010 world soccer cup.

Morocco is competing with Egypt, Libya, South Africa and Tunisia for the 2010 finals that will be organized for the first time in Africa.

Blatter recalled in this connection FIFA’s efforts to allow Africa host for the first time ever this sports event, noting that “it is a victory for the continent.”

FIFA’s executive committee will announce next May 15 in Zurich the name of the winner country.

Earlier, Moroccan prime minister, Driss Jettou, who also met the FIFA president said he is very optimistic about Morocco’s chances to host the world cup, underlining that the kingdom “is ready to host this international rendezvous and will (â€&brvbar honor the image of the African continent.”
laten we het hopen inshallah

ps waar zit je bij maroc profs-ajax kneusje?

09-04-2004, 15:54
vak 120 en jij

09-04-2004, 15:56



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vak 120 en jij
heb je het tegen mij??

09-04-2004, 16:05

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ja
vak 021

09-04-2004, 16:08
goeie plaats zeg 120 is dat een goeie plaats
ja toch mijn broer moest er wel 17.50 betalen

09-04-2004, 16:11

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goeie plaats zeg 120 is dat een goeie plaats
ja toch mijn broer moest er wel 17.50 betalen
ja is ook een goeie plek heb er ook 17,50 voor betaald

09-04-2004, 16:21
zijn de goeie plaatsen uitverkocht

10-04-2004, 02:48

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laten we het hopen inshallah

ps waar zit je bij maroc profs-ajax kneusje?
Het bedrijf waar ik bij werk sponsoort dat duel dus ik zit op de VIP tribune Het liefst wil ik gewoon achter het doel staan

10-04-2004, 20:35

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ik hoop dat 15 mei de big day voor marokko zou zijn, gaaf man.
Ik heb het gevoel echt dat Marokko het WK gaat organiseren in 2010
Ik denk dat de meeste landen gaan kiezen voor Marokko ipv Zuid-Afrika want landen hebben volgens mij ook grote invloed op de toewijzing en ik heb veel landen hun toewijzing aan Marokko zien geven