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Salam Sow Aims to Score Political Goal

Guinea legend Abdoul Salam Sow finds a new career in politics.

Guinea legend Abdoul Salam Sow has revealed his newly found career in politics as he hopes to change things in his home country.
Inspired by former Liverpool forward Titi Camara’s success during his tenure as the country’s sports minister, the 48-year-old has set his sights in politics with an ambition to effect change in the country’s football system.
“I will be joining politics in 2020. Whether it is the opposition or the movement because I know from that point, I can change a lot in football,” said Sow in an interview with French television, Espace TV.
Salam Sow made his name in the Guinean side that narrowly lost to Mali during the 2004 Africa Cup of Nations quarter-finals in Tunisia.
His perfect footwork and turbulent tantrums saw him play for Martigues in the French Ligue 1, Ankaragucu in the Turkish Ligue 1, before returning to Conakry where he turned for local giants, Hafia FC.
Salam Saw last played for Syli Nationale in 2004, the same year that he chose to retire from international football after he was dropped from the squad by then Guinea national team coach Partice Neveu, because he had no club for several years.
No one in football disputes that he is a passionate and frequently kind ex-international, always happy to talk to fans and journalists.

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