Emeke Hego-Ogbonna, a sea shore soccer player with the Kebbi state Beach Soccer Club, has been named among the main 100 top players on the planet by FIFA, the world football overseeing body, an authority has uncovered.
Alhaji Mahmud-Hadejia, President, African Beach Soccer Union (ABSU) affirmed this as an afterthought lines of the continuous second period of the Kebbi State Beach Soccer League (KBSL) 2021/2022 version, holding in Birnin Kebbi, with 10 clubs competing for the prize.
Hego-Ogbonna, additionally a Nigerian sea shore soccer global with the Super Sand Eagles, was the most significant standard scorer at the 2019 Nigeria Copa Lagos International Tournament, and had won the MVP at the CAF sea shore soccer African Cup of countries with Nigeria in 2016.
Mahmud-Hadejia said: “Very much like standard football, there are proficient sea shore soccer players across the world.
“My companion from Portugal who recently came, has worked with one of the Portuguese sea shore soccer proficient players, a legend in Rabah Madjer, who was a top sea shore soccer player on the planet. We need to have a great deal of Madjers here in Kebbi as well.
“In Nigeria, sea shore soccer around the world, under FIFA, as of late declared the best 100 sea shore soccer players on the planet and a player from Kebbi Beach Soccer Club (KBSC), who played and won the National Beach Soccer League (NBSL), was named among the main 100 Beach Soccer Players in the World.”
He portrayed this as a major accomplishment for Kebbi, exhorting that supportable endeavors be made by all partners, from the state government to private firms like WACOT Rice, BAM Projects and Cosgrove Investments, who had shown revenue and obligation to foster the game, to deliver a greater amount of such players.
“From here, the Kebbi Fishers will contend in the World Winners Championships in Europe to rival probably the most incredible on the planet.
“At the mainland level, we have all met up to advance the way of life of sea shore soccer in African nations through the African Beach Soccer Union (ABSU),” he guaranteed.
Prior, the National Deputy President of ALGON, Alhaji Shehu Marshal-Jega uncovered that the relationship, across the 774 Local Government regions in Nigeria, would redesign the foundation utilized for sea shore soccer sport the nation over.
“This is on the grounds that we are exceptionally near the grassroots and we are joining forces with the Kebbi Beach Soccer Association to elevate the norm of the game in the state and in Nigeria on the loose.
“Here in Kebbi, we will do it and all the 774 LGAs in Nigeria will completely partake in elevating the norm of the game in Nigeria,” he swore.
He engaged private financial backers to cooperate with sea shore soccer, similarly as the Kebbi State Government was doing, to completely get the adolescent in their youthful ages and enable them through sports.
Marshal-Jega, additionally the Chairman, Jega LGA, just as Kebbi Chairman of ALGON, praised the state lead representative, Abubakar Atiku Bagudu, for putting resources into youth and ladies in the state, seeing that by enabling them, the eventual fate of the country was positively splendid.