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Abuja On Standstill As SPOCS Take Scouting To Another Level

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The Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Abuja is literarily on lockdown as SPOCS Scouting Tournament resonates in the air.

The unique program which has taking Scouting to a whole new level and has raised the bar as far as scouting tournaments are concerned in Nigeria, will kickstart Friday, November 24 – Tuesday, November 28, 2023 at the Mainbowl of the MKO Abiola National Stadium, Abuja.

An unprecedented 34 crack sides from Abuja and environs are all ready to rumble for an opportunity to have their players selected for sumptuous and lucrative football deals abroad, as they showcase their football artistry, skills and know how.

A happy and obviously excited SPOCS Nigeria Director, Gbenga Agbejoye said “it can’t be this better. SPOCS leads and others just follow. We are taking over Africa and this is for a fact.

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“We put in a lot of efforts to ensure we landed the National stadium because it’s good for our image and branding and at SPOCS we don’t compromise in these areas.

“That’s how far we can go and we expect the same spirited determination from teams working with us in ensuring they get top talents in their teams.

“I wish to use this opportunity to extend best of luck greetings to all participating teams”, he said.

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Meanwhile, many of their foreign partners led by ebullient and amiable SPOCS CEO/founder, Sascha Empacher have already started arriving for the August program in November and it sure promises to be a bomb.

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