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African local players called-up to represent their nations at the 2022 world cup

African local players called-up to represent their nations at the 2022 world cup
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Insight: Here is the list of African local players called-up to represent their respective nations ahead of the world cup 2022 in Qatar.

Like we all know, being called up to present ones nation is an honor, but is not an easy task from both the players and the management to do so. While the players have to show a lot of professionalism, determination and hard work, the management spends lots of time scouting thousands to millions of players around from that country.

Players who play at home (local) leagues and other African leagues have to even go extra miles with hard work and dedication for their names to be heard and get scouted due to lack of media coverage in must African leagues.

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The world cup starts in two days and BraggsSports has decided to compile a list of the various players who play in their respective local league called up to their national squads ahead of the world cup 2022 in Qatar.

Cameroon;

  • Marou Souiabou, Forward (Coton Sport FC of Garoua)
  • Ngom Mbekeli Jerome, Forward (APEJES Academy)

Ghana;

  • Ibrahim Danlab, Goalkeeper (Asante Kotoko)
  • Daniel Afriyie Barnieh, Forward (Hearts of Oak)

Morocco;

  • Ahmed Reda Tagnaouti, Goalkeeper (Wydad AC (Wydad Athletic Club))
  • Yahi Attain-Allal, Defender (Wydad AC (Wydad Athletic Club))
  • Yahya Jabrane, Midfielder (Wydad AC (Wydad Athletic Club))

EDITOR’S PICK

Senegal;

Senegal is the only African nation going into the world cup without any local player in her squad.

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Tunisia;

  • Aymen Dahmen, Goalkeeper (CS Sfaxien)
  • Mouez Hassen, Goalkeeper (Club Africain)
  • Balbouli, Goalkeeper (Etoile du Sahel)
  • Bachir Ben Said, Goalkeeper (US Monastir)
  • Yassine Meriah, Defender (ES Tunis)
  • Nader Ghandri, Defender (Club Africain)
  • Ghailene Chaalali, Midfielder (ES Tunis)
  • Mohamed Ali Ben Romdhane, Midfielder (ES Tunis)

Apart from the local players called0up to represent their various nations, Tunisia still managed to called one or more players who ply their trade with other African nations like;

  • Ali Maaloul, Defender of Tunisia who plays for Al Ahly in Egyptian Premier League.
  • Seifeddine Jaziri, Forward of Tunisia who plays for Zamalek SC in Egyptian Premier League.

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