After earning her spurs as a marketer of note in local football, Emy Casaletti-Bwalya is now making waves on the international scene. She is now a Fifa instructor and travels the world helping football associations with administration, management, marketing and communication. “It is such a fulfilling job. I have travelled to countries like Myanmar, Cambodia, […]
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