Napoli centre-back Kalidou Koulibaly believes a World Cup might each two years be ‘good for African groups.’
There are rumours that FIFA desires to double the frequency of the World Cup as a part of an entire revamp of the worldwide calendar.
That would see extra African groups concerned within the competitors and Koulibaly backs the plan that would profit all footballers.
“We had been already taking part in an excessive amount of and, with this new concept, there could also be fewer commitments for us gamers,” Koulibaly mentioned after Senegal’s 4-1 win over Namibia, as quoted by Ansa.
“It’s a constructive factor for the variety of African groups, we need to have extra groups within the World Cup.”
Nevertheless, Senegal’s coach Aliou Cissé mentioned he’s in opposition to a World Cup held each two years.
Senegal journey to Namibia tomorrow for the second leg and Napoli host Torino on Sunday after the worldwide break.