We’re In Supremacy Cup For Business – FC Bethel Sporting

After puting up some eye-catching performances at the just ended SPOCS scouting tournament at Ikenne, Remo, Ogun state, where some of their players were selected, FC Bethel Sporting has warned that they are in the upcoming Supremacy Cup for serious business.

The tournament, which is now in it’s 18th edition has been a great platform to discover talents and to give them (youths) hope through football.

FC Bethel Sporting head coach/ Sporting Director, Nathaniel Olagunju, insists there is no kicking around as they are participating to make the most of the opportunity and not on a picnic or jamboree.

His words:”Lagos Supremacy Cup is an old tournament with history and this is why we’re giving it all the seriousness that it deserves.

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“We’re not going there to play around but there for business.

“Let the show begin”, he said.

This year’s edition is tagged “No Offside! Operation Mark Your Man!”

Meanwhile, 12 teams have been selected to take part in the competition which begins from November 14th-17th at the Mobolaji Johnson Arena, Onikan. Registration is free. 

The tournament is noted to have produced talents like Olaitan Ishola (Troyes), Tijani Muhamed (Slavia Prague), Samson Akinyoola (Zamalek), Ade Oguns (Caracas), Yira Sor (Genk), Moses Usor (LASK), Azeez Oseni (Spartak Trnava), Solomon Agbalaka (Sochi), Quadri Liameed (Lleida Esportiu), Uchenna Aririerisim (Banik Ostrava), Joseph Ede (Mas Tarbosko) and a host of others.

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