World Football Summit will be landing in Africa for the first time later this March, arriving at the Durban International Convention Centre in South Africa for a two-day event on March 17th and 18th. In the second episode of The Football Industry Podcast by WFS podcast, WFS Director Jan Alessie explains the motivation behind bringing WFS to the continent of Africa while WFS Content Director Kabir Nagpal discusses the speakers and topics to look out for along with host Euan McTear.
In the second part of this podcast, we bring you some teasers of what to expect at this event by talking with three of the conference’s speakers. Broadcaster Carol Tshabalala highlights the passion and the potential of African football and what this means for the future. Agent Michael Makaab offers his theory on why the development of top-class African players may have stalled. And South Africa women’s national team coach Desiree Ellis explains just how beneficial it is to have some members of her squad trying new leagues.
All of that and more is featured in this episode of The Football Industry Podcast, as we celebrate African football and prepare to welcome the decision-makers of the African football industry to Durban later in the month.
Click here to listen to the second episode of The Football Industry Podcast by WFS.