FOSLA Academy battles with Asegun High School, as semifinals hold today

Super Eagles’ former striker, Mike Obiku, who is now a coach at Feyenoord Academy, Holland, (left); Communications Manager, SPDC, Sola Abule; and Manager, International Relations, Feyenoord Academy, Gido Vader, during the unveiling of the programme for the Shell Cup semifinals, which hold in Lagos…today.

Super Eagles’ former striker, Mike Obiku, who is now a coach at Feyenoord Academy, Holland, (left); Communications Manager, SPDC, Sola Abule; and Manager, International Relations, Feyenoord Academy, Gido Vader, during the unveiling of the programme for the Shell Cup semifinals, which hold in Lagos…today.

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Fosla Academy, Abuja, will today at the Teslim Balogun Stadium, Lagos, take on Asegun Comprehensive High School in the first semifinal of the on-going All Nigeria Secondary Schools Football Championship, also known as NNPC/Shell Cup.

In the draws released on Sunday, Government Science Secondary School, Bauchi will also meet Excel Education Centre, Port Harcourt, in the second semifinal of the competition by 4.00 p.m.

The first semifinal will kick off by 2.00 p.m., while the final will come up on Thursday also at Teslim Balogun Stadium, Lagos.

Just before the draws for today’s semifinals was released on Sunday, the organisers of the competition revealed that the two outstanding players from the 18th edition of the competition, meant for secondary schools in the 36 states of the country, will have the opportunity of visiting Feyenoord Rotterdam’s Football Academy for further training.

According to the Communications Manager, Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC), Sola Abulu, who represented the General Manager of the company, Igo Weli, at the unveiling the programme for the semifinal, the company has started taking more interest in the way winning schools utilised the prize money they get from the competition.




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