Rabat - A delegation of FIFA’s media committee is expected to pay a visit to Morocco shortly to conduct interviews with members of the 2017 Confederation of African Football champions, Wydad Casablanca (WAC).
Rabat – A delegation of FIFA’s media committee is expected to pay a visit to Morocco shortly to conduct interviews with members of the 2017 Confederation of African Football champions, Wydad Casablanca (WAC).
The interviews will be used in a documentary devoted to teams that will participate in the 2017 FIFA Club World Cup. The tournament is scheduled to take place on December in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), reported Moroccan daily Al Massae.
The tournament will see the participation of renowned international clubs, including iUEFA Champions League winner Real Madrid.
The FIFA media committee members are expected to conduct their interviews in Casablanca’s Mohammed Benjlloun stadium. The committee will also hold an interview with the squad’s manager, Houcine Ammouta, and three players.
The delegation will also make a mini-documentary about WAC and its history.
The list of the teams that will take place in the FIFA Club World Cup includes Wydad, Pachuca of Mexico, Al Jazeera of Emirate, and Auckland City of New Zealand.
The FIFA Club World Cup will take place in the United Arab Emirates from December 6 to 16.
WAC is set to play against Mexico’s Pachuca football club in the quarter finals of the FIFA World Cup on December 9.
On November 4, Wydad of Casablanca defeated Egyptian opponent Al Ahly to clinch its second CAF Champions League title.