In another noble drive in the administration of football in the third tier of the league in Nigeria, some officials and coaches in the Nationwide League One (NLO) clubs have stormed London to improve their knowledge in the administration of the game.
According to Mohammed Alkali, the chairman of NLO, the league body is determined to improve the quality of the administration of the game in all ramifications, therefore, the football management course is a step in the right direction in this regard.
He also noted that the second batch of the participant in the course are warming up to leave Nigeria for the same England in the summer.
“We will continue to do our best to improve the quality of the league and one of the ways to do that is to equip officials and coaches in the NLO with the knowledge a d exposure of how football is being managed.” Alkali said
“We hope to still have some coaches and officials embark in the second batch of the training later in the year, hopefully around August or September, 2020.
“We are grateful to the NFF and NVA Sports and Entertainment, London, United Kingdom, our partners in this noble project,” he added.
The current batch of NLO officials and coaches is led by Sola Ogunnowo, the chief operating officer and head of the secretariat of the league.
The event is put together by Chris Nathaniel of NVA Sports and Entertainment, London, United Kingdom. The officials and coaches are expected to experience hands-on-practical experience of the administration of youth football department of some of the clubs in England.
It will indeed be a unique experience for these officials and coaches to have a knowledge of Manchester United, Chelsea FC, Sheffield United and other clubs in England.
The icing on the cake will be the opportunity to witness the organisation of a high profile final like the Carabaq Cup stated for Sunday 1st of March, 2020.
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