Details Of Aweskim Football Academy, Ikeja Scouting Programme RevealedPublished: September 28, 2020
Chairman of Aweskim Football Academy, Ikeja, Paul Oloruntobi Oluwatosin, has finalized details of a scouting programme which is scheduled to begin on September 29, allnigeriasoccer.com reports.
The scouting programme will be held in Port Harcourt on September 29-October 1 before moving to Calabar.
Talent spotters will begin running the rule over aspiring footballers on October 2nd until October 4th.
While the scouting programme will be held in Owerri on October 5th and 6th, the one in Umuahia comes up on October 7th and 8th, and Aba October 9th and 10th.
The scouting programme in Uyo is slated for October 12th-13th; Ibadan October15th-17th, Ife in Osun State October 18th-19th, Kwara October 21st-22nd and finally Ogun will take place from October 25th to 26th.
Scouts coming from Belgium, Turkey and Italy will attend the scouting programme and the players that catch the eye will be invited to Europe for further evaluation, with a view to signing contracts.
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