It is a handsome return of Guinean hopes in African football. Indeed, the national team of under 17 is now on the podium of the CAN for the under 17, played in Niger. Guinea finished third in the competition after its brilliant victory against Nigeria (3-1) in the stadium of Niamey. A third place synonymous with qualification for the next World Cup, scheduled from October 17 to November 8, 2015 in Chile, after 14 years of absence!
On 8 teams in the competition, the Syli Cadet came on top of the game by moving up in the second round of the tournament against the hosts, in their last group match. Beaten in the semifinals by the Eaglets of Mali (2-1), Guinea dominated Nigeria in the most beautiful way.
Adorned with the national colors, Ms. Domani Doré, Minister of Sports, wanted to go on the Bluezone of Kaloum to watch one of the games of the cadets. For the Minister, the Bluezone is a space dedicated to the expression of talent, “beyond sport, it’s also a center for great fulfillment; the ideal place to live the cadet game the best way, “she said.