SPOCS Shift Focus To Abuja Scouting Program


After successfully being part of the 3rd edition of Governor Douye Diri Scouting tournament in Bayelsa state, renowned Sports Management Agency, SPOCS has turned their focus to their fast approaching Scouting Tournament in Abuja, the nation’s capital.

The program, which will hold from November 24 – 28, we scooped will attract well over 30 teams that have all indicated interest to be part of the event.

SPOCS Nigeria Director, Gbenga Agbejoye described the Abuja scouting tournament as one that  promises to be the biggest, best, and business fulfilling for one and all, while at the same time calling for all hands to be on deck as there is much to be covered to guarantee the desired success.

He said Abuja is the center of all, more so the use of our national stadium for this kind of a tournament has never happened before now. The ambiance, the pitch, aesthetic appearance et al, makes it even more fascinating

Spocs has just created a new standard, he stated.

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The minister for Sports, FCT Minister amongst other top dignitaries, ex internationals, coaches are all waiting to receive them, he said.

It’s going to be a mini national football competition, a little bit above scouting tournament, he stated.

We are taking over the entire Africa. Nigeria as the biggest in population in Africa is under SPOCS watch and control. We lead others follow.

He used the opportunity to thank SPOCS CEO’s, Sacha Empacher and Cherno Samba and also their SPOCS Nigeria partners, Sherrif Hussain, Co founder Desential Sports Agency, Chidi Akujobi, CEO, Jobi Sports, and host of others for believing in Nigeria and her prospects, he concluded.

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