Amputee footballers have acclaimed Yagazie Foundation for its assurance to be occupied with the exercises for the fifth Cup of Africa Nations Amputee Football (CANAF) in September. Ugochukwu Obieze, Athletes’ Representative of Nigeria Amputee Footballers Players Association (NAFPA), offered their thanks on Wednesday in Lagos in a meeting with News Agency of Nigeria.
He said that the help from the establishment was a positive advancement for footballers and mentors who had prepared reliably to exceed expectations in rivalries. Obieze uncovered that the pre-National Amputee Football Championship in front of CANAF, bolstered by the establishment would hang on June 14 at Kaza Pitch of the National Stadium, Lagos, including that it would include four groups.
“Our mentors have satisfied their duties on us, urging us to keep our confidence alive, however, no challenge to show endeavors since people and corporate bodies are not prospective. “‘Until now that, we have this experience with Yagazie Foundation which guaranteed and reacted instantly to our need which is the truth of this up and coming challenge on Friday.
The establishment has progressed admirably,” he said. Victor New, Coach of the amputee footballers, revealed to NAN that the organization and backing of the establishment came at the opportune time when footballers were getting ready for a mainland competition. Nwaewe said the improvement had carried an incredible alleviation to footballers and they were anxious to display their aptitudes, taking note of what the challenge was essential to sustain the footballers.
“The National Amputee Championships for the determination of footballers that will make the national group for CANAF is coming up one week from now, so this occasion will place them fit as a fiddle. “What the establishment did has carried motivation and consolation to the amputee footballers, and we are exceptionally thankful for their help,” he said. NAN reports that the Nigeria Amputee Football Federation (NAFF) will compose a National Championship to kick begin arrangements for the fifth CANAF competition holding in Angola in September.