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    Mali: U17 Team Aims for Record-Extending Third Title at TotalEnergies AFCON Following Qualification for World Cup.

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    Bamako, Mali – (African Boulevard News) – Mohamoud Barry, coach of the Malian U17 national team, is determined to secure a third title for his team at the TotalEnergies U17 AFCON, now that they have secured their place at the upcoming FIFA U-17 World Cup in Peru.

    The young Eagles have been in excellent form in the tournament so far, with resounding victories in their opening matches against Uganda and Zambia. However, they suffered a slight setback in their last match, losing to hosts Morocco 2-1. Nevertheless, they have already qualified for the semi-finals and remain one of the tournament favorites.

    Barry spoke about his team’s focus on winning the tournament, saying, “Our focus is not only on the World Cup, but we are also determined to win the TotalEnergies U17 AFCON. We have a very talented team, and we believe we can do it.”

    Mali is a powerhouse in youth football in Africa. They have won the U17 AFCON twice before, and their senior team has been a regular in the FIFA World Cup. The current team has several players who have already made names for themselves in domestic competitions, and they are seen as the future of Malian football.

    Barry also praised his team’s performance in the tournament so far, saying, “We have a very talented team, and I am pleased with the way they have played in the tournament. We still have work to do, but we are confident we can win the trophy.”

    The TotalEnergies U17 AFCON is a crucial platform for African football’s future stars, with several players from past tournaments going on to become international football stars. The tournament offers a unique opportunity for players to showcase their talent and get noticed by scouts from top European clubs.

    In conclusion, Mali’s young Eagles are determined to win the TotalEnergies U17 AFCON, and their coach Mohamoud Barry is confident in his team’s ability to claim the title. With their spot secured in the FIFA U-17 World Cup already, the team has nothing to lose and everything to gain. The rest of the tournament promises to be exciting, and fans of African football should keep a close eye on this impressive Malian team.

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