Friday, 11 March 2016

Nwankwo Kanu's soccer academy to train 400 players in Canada

A soccer academy owned by ex-Super Eagles of Nigeria International Nwankwo Kanu will be organizing the first edition of the Residential Soccer Camp where kids who dream to
become professional footballers will assemble from all over the world to train together.

The camp which will hold in Alliston ON, Toronto, Canada has been divided into two phases will see over 400 kids from Africa, Asia, Europe and the Americas go through intensive soccer training, moral and educational lessons.
The children will also be exposed to modern training methods, come in contact with their counterparts from other cultures and interact with soccer greats, particularly Kanu Nwankwo's contemporaries during the active years of his illustrious career. Players like Thierry Henry, Denis Bergkamp, Didier Drogba, Patrick Viera, and Ronaldo de Lime are some of the former stars to take on the kids.
The first phase of the camp would last from August 1-14, while the second phase holds from August 15-28, 2016 and the kids are to pay $6,000 each.

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