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Nigeria legend Jay-Jay Okocha: Bundesliga can grow in Africa

By DW
07 December 2023   |   11:12 am
The former Eintracht Frankfurt and Nigeria midfielder believes that Germany's top-flight football league has opportunities to grow in the African market. However, many clubs still need to find ways to make it happen.

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