Futsal: Youth and Sports Ministry requests World Cup action plan

Luanda The Angolan Futsal Federation (FAFUSA) is due to present its action plan this month to the Ministry of Youth and Sports (MJD), aiming for the country?s participation in the World Cup, to be held from 9 September to 4 October this year, in Lithuania.

The instruction was given last Wednesday in Luanda by the incumbent of the sector, Ana Paula do Sacramento Neto, in the end of an audience granted to the board of directors of the FAFUSA, players and the technical team, in honour to the bronze medal conquest this month, in the African Championship, held in Morocco.

FAFUSA’s secretary general, Eliseu Major, told ANGOP that the institution’s management will meet Monday, Feb 17, with the national technical team, led by Benvindo Inacio, among other issues to prepare a work programme to be handed over to the National Directorate of Sports.

Looking ahead to the start of preparation for the Lithuanian World Cup, he said that the national team will be called after the dispute of the National Championship in August.

In an interview granted to ANGOP at another time, this futsal manager stated that the Federation will provide, as soon as possible, to the national coach Benvindo Inacio, upgrading training in Portugal or Spain.

For the bronze and the qualification to the world cup, unprecedented achievements, the national squad beat Libya, by 2-0, in the fight for the third position of the competition.

It is recalled that Angola already participated in 1997 in a World Championship, but at the time the sport was under the tutelage of FIFUSA (International Indoor Soccer Federation), becoming in recent years dependent on the African Football Confederation (CAF).

Source: Angola Press News Agency

Futsal: Youth and Sports Ministry requests World Cup action plan

Luanda The Angolan Futsal Federation (FAFUSA) is due to present its action plan this month to the Ministry of Youth and Sports (MJD), aiming for the country?s participation in the World Cup, to be held from 9 September to 4 October this year, in Lithuania.

The instruction was given last Wednesday in Luanda by the incumbent of the sector, Ana Paula do Sacramento Neto, in the end of an audience granted to the board of directors of the FAFUSA, players and the technical team, in honour to the bronze medal conquest this month, in the African Championship, held in Morocco.

FAFUSA’s secretary general, Eliseu Major, told ANGOP that the institution’s management will meet Monday, Feb 17, with the national technical team, led by Benvindo Inacio, among other issues to prepare a work programme to be handed over to the National Directorate of Sports.

Looking ahead to the start of preparation for the Lithuanian World Cup, he said that the national team will be called after the dispute of the National Championship in August.

In an interview granted to ANGOP at another time, this futsal manager stated that the Federation will provide, as soon as possible, to the national coach Benvindo Inacio, upgrading training in Portugal or Spain.

For the bronze and the qualification to the world cup, unprecedented achievements, the national squad beat Libya, by 2-0, in the fight for the third position of the competition.

It is recalled that Angola already participated in 1997 in a World Championship, but at the time the sport was under the tutelage of FIFUSA (International Indoor Soccer Federation), becoming in recent years dependent on the African Football Confederation (CAF).

Source: Angola Press News Agency