“I See My Players Playing At The World Cup In Four Years To Come.”…….. Barr. Jamba Zira


Due to the scintillating performance of his team in the ongoing Dreamland-Embassy Of Hungary Scouting Tournament, the Chairman of Jamba Football Academy Kaduna State, Barrister Jamba Zira has expressed optimism that his players will surely take part in the next FIFA world cup Finals in few years from now.

Barr. Zira in a hold no bare chat with www.ssimedia.com.ng in Abuja at the ongoing 9th Edition of the Dreamland Embassy of Hungary cup immediately his club, last edition semi finalists,who lost to Jazzy Stars FA, secured a place in this year’s quarter finals despite losing 2-3 to Triple Treat FC.

He opines, “I’m pleased to be part of this year’s event and having been my second appearance, i feel the tournament is well organized with great teams around the country to honour such invitation. I remember we had twelve teams last year but four teams have been added this term, kudos Mr Ndudi Edede”.

Barr. Zira who expressed his desire to see his players take part in big football tournaments such as the FIFA world Cup in few years to come, says scouting programs of this magnitude will accord players the opportunity to go beyond limit in their career. “I see a big future for Jamba Football Academy, my players are a big part of the picture and i would want to see them play the world cup in few years to come”.

“One thing that has kept the club going in the last fifteen years is our objective of talent discovery. Jamba Football Academy is more of a family owning to his relationship with the management as well as the players.”

“We’ve got a fantastic relationship in the team, our players are well schooled, Education is sacrosant in the team. we emphasise school and football and may be that is why we are having his kind of success as the case may be”.

Jamba Football Academy have booked a place in the last eight of this year’s tournament and will entertain Red and Black Flames football Academy of Benue in what spectators described as a tricky fixture.

Credit: Stephen Miri


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