SPOCS Abuja Scouting Tourney: 32 Teams Set To Battle For Glory

32 top teams within the Federal Capital Territory  (FCT) and its environs are  battle ready to take on one another in the SPOCS Abuja Scouting Tournament scheduled to commence November 24 – 28, 2023.

The program, which will go down in history at the MKO Abiola National Stadium, Abuja, presents a huge  opportunity for young talented players from those regions to be scouted by a reputable Sports Management Outfit with a proven track record of successes with African players whom they scouted out of nothing to something.

After getting invites and offers almost immediately for the top players they scouted at their first program at Ikenne, Remo and Bayelsa state, it’s certain that Abuja will be another huge success story. SPOCS do what they say and mean what they say, that you can be rest assured of.

Founder/CEO of SPOCS, Sascha Empacher has promised nothing short. In a hearty message to all 32 participating teams, he gave his word, that he would look at every team and player for as long as they show up.

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He said it was a promise and he would be happy to find them there to help them begin a fruitful career in Europe, Americas or Asia like the ones just discovered in Remo and Bayelsa.

For SPOCS Nigeria director, Gbenga Agbejoye the stage is set, let the game begin.

He however advised teams to uphold the standard and quality as the bar must be raised in Abuja and only top talents are good enough.

Some of the expected teams to participate at the program include: FC Bethel Sporting, Olympic Hybrid, Adeyemi FC, Jay 1 FA, Right 2 Win, Footwork to mention a few

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