RUSH FOR HORVEL PRIME FOOTBALL ACADEMY PLAYERS…After Flying Eagles friendly in Abuja

RUSH FOR HORVEL PRIME FOOTBALL ACADEMY PLAYERS…After Flying Eagles friendly in Abuja
November 09 14:57 2020 Print This Article


Benedict Nwachukwu, Abuja

Players of non league side, Horvel Prime Football Academy, FCT have become most sought for after their friendly match against the national U21 team, Flying Eagles.

The game which gave the players the platform to exhibit their talents to the admiration of the Flying Eagles Chief Coach, Ladan Bosso and other coaches who were at the FIFA Goal Project to watch turned the players to beautiful bride.

Speaking with the media Coach Bosso said,
“Horvel players are good. They gave us a good match though my boys raised their game to get the three nil margin.

“Of all the three friendly matches we played, they are the toughest opponents. I saw two great players in the team and would have invited them but for time constraints.

“I used my first team because of the quality I saw in the team and I have confidence that if they have more exposure, the sky is their starting point.”

In a related development, a top Nigerian Premier League club handler opened discussion with the Academy’s owners for a possible recruitment process of some of their players but decided to keep it secret till the deal sales through.

An insider information disclosed that the coach has requested to have more information on the players to enable his club process their formal transfer and possible registration for the 2020/2021season.

The President /CEO Horvel Prime Football Academy, Hycinth Horvel who has earlier called on the Federal government to build more sporting facilities for the youths noted that with such exposures as friendly matches against national teams and top clubs, players in academies will have the opportunity to showcase their talents.

He disclosed that Horvel Prime Football Academy will compete effectively in the country’s football leagues but was not quick to divulge the particular league.

“Certainly we will play in one of Nigeria’s leagues but I cannot tell you now whether it is in the National League, Nationwide or State league. We are ready and when it is time we will let Nigerians know.”

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