Fifa president has a catch up with African dictator.
Fifa president Sepp Blatter has met Zimbabwe dictator Robert Mugabe to pledge $1million (£620,575) over four years despite the country’s match-fixing scandal.
The head of the world’s governing body is on a two-day visit to the region and has inspected training facilities that urgently need funding amid Zimbabwe’s troubled economy.
The pledge will help football schemes in the country, while another $500,000 (£310,300) will be provided to support training under Fifa’s worldwide Goal project.
Blatter was scheduled to accompany Mugabe to a women’s international match against Malawi, but officials said Mugabe did not attend because of a scheduling conflict.
“Football is more than kicking a ball,” Blatter said at a news conference. “I do not come to Africa to impose European football, I respect particularities and culture.
“Africa has more talent than Brazil but Africa’s talent is not yet developed.”
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