16-yr-old Babatunde of TFA impresses coaches in Dubai

Babatunde Otulana during training in Dubai

16-year-old footballer, Babatunde Otulana Emmanuel of The Future Academy is making a huge impression on coaches in far-away Dubai.

The starlet is currently developing his game with UEFA licenced coaches in Dubai for two weeks.

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And that is as part of the international development program the Academy offers.

That great opportunity is courtesy of the Lagos based The Future Academy which Abiola Fabio owns.

Meanwhile, Fabio is an entrepreneur who has a focus on digital marketing and football management.

“I have a focus on proper player development and also give players genuine opportunity to get professional contracts.

“And that is the main reason I work with The Future Academy which I handle player development matters,” Abiola disclosed.

And Babatunde, a young and aspiring footballer has decided to pitch his tent with The Future Academy.

The 16-year-old who features as a striker or forward player in general is also deft with his left foot.

Babatunde who, however, says he thrives more while playing in the forward left position is a passionate AC Milan supporter.

He has also disclosed that he would love to feature for Barcelona in the nearest possible future.

“I am an AC Milan fan but Barcelona is one team I would really love to play for sometime.

“Well, my aim is to do well and impress the coaches here in Dubai.

“I want to do that so I can get a professional football contract soon,” Babatunde stated.

And Why can’t Babatunde achieve his dreams with The Future Academy whose vision is really great?

That vision is to be a one stop football center for development and football development services.

Fabio: “I intend giving Nigerian footballers genuine opportunity”

Abiola Fabio (Left) alongside UEFA licensed coach, Adams Burrows in Dubai

In modern times, footballers start playing from a young age across the world but in Nigeria, it is quite different.

It could probably be as a result of the poor economy and high rate of poverty generally in Africa.

Despite that, though, there is a certain football Academy in Nigeria giving hope to the youths.

That is The Future Academy whose owner is Abiola Fabio who is an entrepreneur.

Fabio has also stated that he has a focus on digital marketing and football management.

“I have a focus on proper player development and also give players genuine opportunity to get professional contracts.

“And that is the main reason I work with The Future Academy which I handle player development matters,” Abiola revealed.

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