The South African executive has implemented several initiatives in African football, including increasing prize money in multiple CAF competitions, introducing the African Football League, and establishing bodies such as the African Club Association. Despite these efforts, there are concerns within the continent’s football community about the leadership of the 62-year-old executive.

Former 2006 Africa Cup of Nations winner Mido publicly voiced his dissatisfaction with Motsepe’s administration on social media, comparing it to the actions of his predecessors and accusing them of prioritizing personal interests and strengthening their relationship with FIFA officials. Mido’s comments reflect a broader sentiment of skepticism towards the leadership of African football.

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