Man City plans to advance, grow Nigerian football

Man City plans to advance, grow Nigerian football

To advance and raise the level of football in Nigeria, Manchester City Football Club (Man City) has partnered with QNET, a global direct-selling business centered on e-commerce.

The intention is to use the partnership between QNET and Man City as sponsors to grow, foster, and encourage football in Nigeria. QNET became the official direct selling partner of Man City in 2014.

The QNETCity Coaching Clinic in Nigeria was founded with the intention of giving young football players from different states a place to connect and the motivation to look toward a better future.

Mr. Biram Fall, Regional General Manager for Sub-Saharan Africa for QNET, expressed his delight with the organizing of the football during a media discussion in Abeokuta.

He added that QNET it is important to take advantage of technological advancements for skill development programs that are available for young, talented football players in Nigeria.

He continued that the programs will help them develop the skills they need to begin and advance their football careers in a variety of areas, including passing, dribbling, and shooting.

Meanwhile, Mr. Akeem Ajisafe, Managing Director of Transblue Limited, QNET’s partner in Nigeria said his business is thrilled to be a part of history, and he also raised the issue of the need to do more to support children’s growth in all areas.

In his words, “The partnership is basically to improve players’ skills, the encouragement from the people and the coaches and the support for our business prompts us to move to the next stage, which is developing football in Nigeria, creating a football academy where we can have a partnership with ManCity which is our partners overseas, pick some of our players from Nigeria.

“This is possible and this is something we can look at in the future, but at the moment what we are doing is to improve the skills of Nigerian players that will allow them to compete globally and gain access to new clubs.”


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