As Morocco hosts FIFA Club World Cup, members of Winners 2005 group describe their football club as ‘source of life’.
Started work as a sports journalist in Liverpool, the home of football, back in 1996. Have been migrating south ever since, stopping off in London for... six years before joining Aljazeera in 2005. Rumour has it that some kickaround or other is on its way here in 2022
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