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FC Bulmaro to hold free football clinic at St. Francis School Idimu


As part of their efforts to provide football opportunities for Nigerian youths, the coaches of FC Bulmaro, led by Argentine, Gontalo Dibiasi, will host a free weekend clinic for students and coaches of Saint Francis Catholic Secondary School, Idimu. Interested students from other schools in the environs, who are duly registered in line with the host school’s rules and regulations, will also be allowed to attend the clinic.

Speaking during the week after a training session at the Legacy Pitch, National Stadium, Lagos, Dibiasi said the young club have not only come to stay, but also have the strong zeal to add quality value to football through developing young people, building the Nigerian society in agreement with the corporate social responsibility objective and strategy of Blaugrana Sports Group International, promoters of the club.

“FC Bulmaro wants to help young people grow their innate talents, making them not only able to live their dreams, but also be of immense worth to their immediate society, which we are a vital integral part of.”

Speaking on behalf of Blaugrana Sports Group, Ayeesha Ibrahim, the Group Communications and Marketing Specialist, revealed that the club was aligning with the corporate vision of the promoters, whose major motivation is to see the youth positively engaging their energy in ventures that would better their lives and help build a zero crime society.

“The clinic is billed for February 29, 2020 in the school sports ground starting from 9.00 a.m.

“Saint Francis Catholic Secondary School, Idimu, is the launching pad. The club is ready to partner with any institution, whose will is in concert with our organizational ideas and ideals agreeing with corporate social responsibility policy,” she revealed.

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