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The organizers of the Global Football Scouting Tournament have confirmed that top football scouts from Belgium, France, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Spain, and others will be in Lagos to search for talent.

The scouts are in Nigeria to monitor a scouting program tagged Global Football Scouting Tournament that will start on Monday, May 4th and 5th at the Mobolaji Jhonson Arena, Onikan.

The Coordinator of the scouting program, Martin Baton, confirmed that ten teams will feature, “The event is organized to give realistic opportunities for talented players and their teams alike to launch a transition to Europe.”

On the selection of teams that will participate, Matin said, “The invited clubs are clubs within the network of the global football scouting tournament and have enjoyed cordial relationships over the years. They are primarily third-division clubs as well as standard youth teams across the country with evidence of competitive football.” 

He continued, “The benefit for clubs is an opportunity to showcase their talents to top European teams in attendance, and for the players, it’s an opportunity to showcase all the development for that year with the hope of getting scouted to play in Europe.

“We have in attendance the head of youth Westerlo Fc in Belgium and an agent representative from Lyon Fc, RWD Molembeek, and several other clubs across Europe.”

The participating teams are Valiant Teams A and B, Atlantic Business, Broad City, and Dannaz.

Others are; Dino Sporting Club, Gbagada Fc, Glory Boys, Bucknor Fc, and Clique Fa. 

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