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Wednesday, 12 December 2012

Dutch coaches to train Cowbell Football Academy managers, players


A team of five Dutch youth coaches and their managers are billed to hit Lagos this weekend for an eight-day training programme for Cowbell Football Academy coaches and footballers under the initiative of Free-kicks.
Cowbell Football Academy

Participants will also be drawn from academies such BRF Academy, Team Pepsi and Team Academy Proprietors will make up the balance of 340 players.

Free-kicks is a youth and social engineering initiative on the platform of football by Godwin Dudu-Orumen, lawyer/journalist and a most engaging sports enthusiast.

According to Dudu-Orumen, the coaches will train about 60 local youth coaches and 400 players with about 160 of the latter drawn from the Cowbell Football Academy, promoted by Promasidor Nigeria Limited, makers of Cowbell Milk.
BRF Academy, Team Pepsi and Team Academy Proprietors will make up the balance of 340 players.

Free-kicks will take children off the streets, provide them with direction, pull opportunities together for them, provide the right balance between football and academics for talents, gainfully engage as many children nation-wide year in year out targeting ten thousand participants and beneficiaries in the first three years.

Free-kicks will grow the game in Nigeria in association with the Lagos State Football Association and SOYA, a Holland based NGO committed to youth football development in Nigeria and driven by Mr. Sylvester Okonkwo, a member of the board of Free-kicks.

2 comments:

  1. Can my boy join the team?

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  2. Cowbell always taking the lead.. Their support for football is intriguing

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