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Bjet Sports Consult Outdoors ‘Soccer Talent Hunt’ to unearth and groom footballers

A flagship programme to unearth and bring up footballers to the limelight from the grassroots spearheaded by Bjet Sports Consult has been launched in Accra, Ghana.

Mrs Samira Abdul Ganiyu hinted that the recruitment is open to young talented footballers across the country who would have to through four stages of recruitment.

“A total of 40 players will be selected into an Academy and go through the recruitment stages”.

According to her, their stay at the house would be monitored, coached and groomed by the finest coaches, and scouts both in Ghana and overseas regularly.

She noted that footballers would have to go through a registration process with an amount of Gh¢30.00  and follow the steps to acquire a code that will confirm their registration.

Former Ghanaian international Augustine Arhinful in his remarks lauded Bjet Sports Consult for the initiative and appealed to them to remain consistent to help unearth more talents.

The launch was graced by the Former Managing Director of Accra Hearts of Oak Mr Neil Armstrong-Mortagbe.

He also assured the leadership of Bjet Sports Consult of his support for the initiative.

ABOUT SOCCER TALENT HUNT
The Soccer Talent Hunt is a Soccer Academy TV Reality Show concept that is jeered at identifying the very best footballers between the ages of 14 to 23 years within the country, especially the rural areas that hitherto will never get the opportunity to be identified, selected, developed, promoted and given a huge platform to display and enhance their God-given talent due to lack of resources and proximity to higher decision-making officials.

Soccer Talent Hunt will be aired live as a sports event on TV3 and other media outlets • all across Ghana and Africa, seeking to broaden and significantly assist in bridging the gap of opportunities for the rural youth using sports as the driving vehicle. Football players between the ages of (14 to 23 years) can register through a USSD Code *920*12# on all networks at a registration fee of GhC30.OO In following the prompts the player wil provide the following details; Full name, Age, Choose of District for scouting, and contact numb

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