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Apparently not willing to leave any stone unturned in the process of parading very young and talented players who can play their way into the waiting hands of top scouts at the Manchester Cup, the management of Buruj Sports Academy are offering an extension of 7 days to screen new players for the event taking place in the United Kingdom.
Based on the first batch released few days ago, 1 goalkeeper, 2 central defenders, 1 left back, 1 attacking midfielder and 1 forward player will be considered to be integrated if they can come over and show want they can do in training between the expiration of 7-day time of grace.
The age bracket for the interested players must be between 14-18 years and there will be no tribal or ethnic bias in the process of final team selection.
It would be recalled that after their stellar performance at the English Super Cup last year where the Ikorodu-based academy emerged as overall champions, two of the players Noah Salaudeen and Akuba Ignatius got the nod of English lower division side Borehamwood FC and both of them having excelled during trials are billed to return to the Queensland very soon to continue their academic and football development programmes.
Such door of opportunity are awaiting the current set of players and the management of the academy are determined to maximise the gain of participation by exposing young Nigerian talents who will take the world by storm in the next couple of years to come.

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