Fulham fc promises support to 60 goals soccer star project in Nigeria
English Championship team, Fulham fc have promised to give a hundred percent support to the “60 Goals Soccer Star project”, an initiative of a FIFA licensed Agent and also CEO of the 60Goals Global, Jane Ndubuisi.
Three officials of Fulham fc, Meaney Alistair, Ruth Newberry, and Lee Cowling and a UEFA qualified coach are in Nigeria for the first time to support the project in a tour across states such as Akwa Ibom, Abia, Anambra, FCT – Abuja, Plateau, and Sokoto from the 5th to 10th July, 2019.
According to the duo, both parties will be engaging in a series of meetings with various state governments and corporate agencies on youth development programs so as to objectively provide opportunities for the exploration of grassroots and professional football players.
The initiative behind the talent search by 60 Goals Soccer Star project with Samson Siasia will commence the search for football talents who can join the European League in an automatic sign-up contract deal.
The Soccer Star initiative is dedicated to showcasing local Nigerian talents that will be exposed to opportunities abroad so as to obtain the assessments of their potentials by professional coaches from Africa and Europe.
According to Jane Ndubuisi who is the National Coordinator of Soccer Star Project Nigeria, the trial and talent hunt will be held in thirteen states of the federation. The exercise is designed to establish the players’ abilities, skills, speed, and athleticism.
The project which is endorsed by the Nigerian Football Federation would be conducted at the zonal levels before the final stage where the best talents would be selected for endorsement and contract deals sign-ups.