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Valiant wins Global Football Scouting Tournament as scouts impressed with Nigerian talents

The valiant Football club has emerged as the fourth edition of the Global Football Scouting Tournament in Lagos.

The three-day scouting programs witnessed top football scouts from Belgium, France, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Spain, and others in attendance to scout Players.

READ ALSO: Top European Scouts will storm Lagos to search for talents

In the final held at the Abati Barracks in Surulere, Lagos, Valiant defeated Broad City; in their semi-final match played earlier, Valiant A defeated Valiant B, while Broad City defeated Gbagada FC.

It was a tough final as Valiant and Broad City entertained fans with their football artistry.

After the win, Valiant coach Owolabi Mustapha said the team is a developmental team, which has shown in the players.

“My players are young, so we keep developing them and correcting their mistakes when needed. We are a growing and developmental one.”

On his part, Patrick Kempeneers, Head of Youth Development Westerlo FC has revealed that he is happy to see talents in Nigeria.

He added that most players are complete and can perform well in Europe.

READ ALSO: Nigeria wins Bayern Youth Cup 

He said, “I have seen a lot of players with a lot of good skills in different ages, which I prefer the youngest ages; we can work on a project with these players, and it interesting for us that we can see younger players who will perform at a higher level in Europe.

“We have been looking at the technical skills; their reactions and mindset on the balls have been amazing, which we are happy to watch and see directly; no doubt Nigeria and Africa are full of talents.

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

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

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