Partizan, Slavia Prague, Viktoria Plzen, Malmo To Scout For Talents At 2nd Right2Win TourneyPublished: October 09, 2019
Arrangements are in top gear for the second edition of Right2Win Football For Hope Tournament put together by Right2Win Sports Academy, Umuahia, Abia State.
The International Scouting Tournament is specifically designed for footballers not more than 19 years.
For this year's edition, European Clubs and agencies, Ghanaian, Togolese, and a number of African soccer academies as well as Nigerian based Academies and sports management firms will come together in a bid to record envisaged undiluted Successes.
Serbia's Partizan Belgrade, Slavia Prague and Victoria Plzen from Czech Republic as well as Malmo FF of Sweden will be part of the tournament which is billed to kick off November 9 and run through 11, 2019.
The FIFA goal Project, Abuja and the snake farm in Keffi, Nasarawa state will play host to the events.
President of Right2Win Academy Engr. Kelechi Nnorom Orji said "It's indeed a pleasure putting something of this magnitude together, the first edition gave us a hint that we can enlarge our coast, and for obvious reasons, this edition will be bigger and better in all spheres".
"Our foreign partners are ready to go, we the hosts have done our home work and by God's grace the next big soccer stars from Nigeria will emerge from our end".
While AK 10 Sports Consult will come in from Slovenia, Nigeria's leading Sports agency Myron Topclass Sport Outfits will partner the Tournament from the home front.
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