British Coach Recommends FPISA Products For Eaglets
Published: August 23, 2012
British Coach Recommends FPISA Products For EagletsAfter the completion of a 12 weeks intensive football training programme, the British born foreign manager of Ibadan based soccer school, FRENAGE-Progression International Soccer Academy (FPISA), Tony Calver has described his products as
suitable materials for Nigerian Under-17 team.

The former Ajax Assistant Coach disclosed to allnigeriasoccer.com in Ibadan while leaving for his 3 weeks vacation in England after the completion of the first session of the academy that Eaglet Coach should beam his searchlight on the 60
players that would be graduating in few weeks time from the academy. 

Saying “I can vouch for the capabilities of the boys, they would be a suitable materials for any Coach considering their intellectual psyche and level of football technicalities we have imputed into them which was tailored towards the European
standard”.

He added that the authenticity of the age of the players which always subject the integrity of Under-17 teams to scrutiny can easily be ascertain through the accurate age databank keeping by the academy, calling on Golden Eaglets' coach, Manu Garba
not to belabor himself looking for talents around when he can get them at his finger tips.

Saturday September 8th has been picked for graduating ceremony of the first batch of players from the academy.

The Chairman of FPISA, Prince Oluwole Ololade also, expressed his appreciation to all football stakeholders in Nigeria, especially Oyo State where the Academy is situated for their support toward the outfit, while thanking the parents who shared
in FPISA’s vision of building a solid base for the round leather game in Nigeria.

“After this session, 20 outstanding players out of the enlisted ones have been selected for trials with different European club-sides which would leave shortly after the passing out ceremony”, FPISA boss noted.

Photo Caption: (left) FPISA Boss, Prince Oluwole Ololade and former Ajax Coach, Sir Tony Calver, FPISA Technical Adviser

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