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The short answer is because they can’t. As a French Protectorate, they don’t qualify for FIFA membership. What?! You say the country that produced Thierry Henry can’t play as a member of FIFA? How is that possible if they played in the Gold Cup?
As a Protectorate, the Gwada Boys, as they are called, are only allowed to play in non-FIFA sporting events such as the Gold Cup and Caribbean Championships. What makes this interesting is that players, if they are good enough, can declare to play for
In the meantime, players who have no legitimate chance of making regular appearances with the French National Team are left to play for
Remember Lilian Thuram? The French Football player is from
There are about 130 teams and ~16,000 registered players in