Hon Mailantarki Revealed Further Plans On Football Players Development ….As MCFA Attend Lagos Scouting Tourney

Gombe State is on the verge of becoming a hub of football players development in the Northeastern Nigeria as the President of Mailantarki Care Football Academy (MCFA) Hon Khamisu Ahmed Mailantarki disclosed the latest development on the academy scheduled programs in the Nigeria and abroad.

The academy have in the past few weeks concluded it’s mega screening exercise across states in the Northern Nigeria under the tutelage of the academy head and director of technical ex National team U-17 gaffer Manu Garba OON were 40 talented players were selected to represent the MCFA in its upcoming scouting tournaments scheduled to hold in lagos on Tuesday with another coming in October to be hosted in Gombe the base of MCFA all courtesy of the ex law maker in partnership with UDE sports management limited Lagos.

Mailantarki further stated in an interview that part of his effort to ensure talented footballers have secure advance career in the oversee include foreign scouting trips were his boys will as well avail to directors and agents for the luckiest ones to seal career deal.

The Abuja based politician and bussiness mogul had recently returned back from Europe were he sealed a partnership deals with top clubs in Portugal and France as part of his commitment and passion in promoting talented players from his home state Gombe and Nigeria at large.

European clubs licensed scout/agent, Swedish football administrator Patrick Mork will lead other scouters in the Lagos scouting tourney were MCFA will slug it out with Schimchi FC tomorrow and face MSH Football Academy the following day with all fixtures to be played at the legacy football pitch Surulere, Lagos.

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