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FWC Battles Goddosky In Bimo Sporting Club Scouting Final

FWC Champions FC of Abuja and Goddosky International FC of Nnewi, Anambra State will today battle for the Bimo Sporting Club Scouting Tournament tittle.

The chairman, Bimo Sporting Club, Chinedu Okoye, while speaking to newsmen yesterday in Abuja said that the winner of the tournament will go home with the sum of one hundred thousand naira (N100, 000) only while the first runner up with get fifty thousand naira (N50, 000).

“For the past two weeks, I have been trying to develop football in the nation from the grassroots. Tomorrow (today) is the final. 14 clubs from across the country participated in the tournament.

“It has not been so easy financially but we have been able to weather the huddles. Organising a tournament of this nature is always very heavy on the shoulder of an individual but I am doing this for the love I have for football. We need to develop our football the best way we can.

“The winner of the tournament goes home with N100, 000 cash and the 1st runner up goes home with N50, 000. The two teams will be given medals as well as trophies for their efforts,”

On whether the organisers have been able to discover talents in the tournament, Mr Okye said that some talented players have been discovered but added that they are not in a hurry to push any player abroad.

“We have discovered a lot of talents. Nigeria is blessed with huge number of talented players in the country. Sometimes discovering these talents is not the issue but the ability to harness them. But in this tournament, we have discovered a lot of talents and we will do our best to bring out the best in them.

“This is the first edition and we are determined to make it a yearly tournament. We are very much eager for that but do not forget that the first edition of any tournament is always difficult but having come this far, we will leverage on our experience this year to organise a better tournament next year.

“We know where we are going to and the target is to develop our football to the next level.

According to him”My partner is from Switzerland and he was here last week and watched some of the matches. I always have issues with taking players abroad. I do not just take a player to Europe, because the contact which I have in Europe do not just take any player. I will make sure that I get all those players which I have discovered and get them into my club or work with their club and monitor the development of the players so that when the players are ready to go, he goes” he concluded.

The final will Kickoff by 2pm at the Area 3 playing Ground in Abuja. 

About Ayeni Wale

Olawale Ayeni, is a Media and Communication Arts, Masters in view fellow, a graduate of Theatre Arts from the University of Abuja respectively, has been in journalism right from his school days. He was a sports broadcaster with Osun state Broadcasting Corporation (OSBC). He was Sports Editor, Daily Stream Newspaper before joining Leadership Newspaper as Sports Correspondent. A lover of grassroots sports development and golf. A strong support of Arsenal FC.

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