SPOCS Take Scouting Program To Abuja

World renowned Sports Management Agency, SPOCS international, in collaboration with its Nigeria affiliate, SPOCS Nigeria, is set to hit the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, next month, November 24 -28, for what will be an unforgettable Scouting Tournament or experience for every participating team.

The reputable organisation, which has had a long standing history of success with many top African stars whom they helped move to Europe from Africa to advance their footballing career, players such as Mohammed Salah, Baba Rahman, Mohammed Elneny, Stade de Reims Adama Bojang amongst many others, have just recently concluded a hugely successful scouting tournament at Ikenne, Remo, Ogun state that wowed the top agents with the kind of talents on display to necessitate their insisting on having more programs in other regions in Nigeria to fish out more talents.

“With the date now known for our next scouting tournament in Abuja, you can be sure that it is going to be even a bigger and better program than the one we just held at Ikenne which attracted over 30 top carefully selected teams and 17 agents from different parts of the globe, says Gbenga Agbejoye, the convener and host of the program.

“My partners were very impressed and satisfied with the amount of talents they saw in Nigeria which is why they want to return.
“Everyone who was at Ikenne, Remo, Ogun state can attest to what happened there at Remo.

“I’m using this medium to enjoin or call on my Abuja brothers not to allow this golden opportunity to pass them by”, he concluded.
The tournament is open for young talented players within the ages of 17 to 19 years of age.

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