Amada started out as a playmaker before moving to a defensive midfielder. His performances helped Madagascar reach the quarter-finals of the CAN
He dreams of participating in the next FIFA World Cup
JMG Academician Midfielder Ibrahim Amada was the essential link between defense and offense during Madagascar’s brilliant performance at the 2019 CAF Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt.

The dream continues
Amada and her teammates are now focused on qualifying for the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar ™. “We want to keep the momentum going in qualifying, but we have to take it step by step and not rush things,” said amada, who just joined Qatar and Al Khor last year. “Not many people looked at us or knew our style of play before CAN, but now everyone is watching us and knowing exactly how we play. Therefore, our opponents are well prepared before facing us. Sure, the World Cup tickets will be expensive, but it would be great to participate. “

For these qualifications, the Barea will be in Group J alongside Benin, DR Congo and Tanzania. “Our goal is to do the impossible and qualify, but we believe in it. The last CAN proved it, ”he concludes.

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