Adamu Audu’s Confluence beach soccer club side will represent the country at this year’s Keta Beach Soccer Cup in Ghana scheduled to commence on March 24 The Nigeria Football Federation has announced Confluence Beach Soccer Club of Kogi State will represent the country at this year’s Keta International Beach Soccer Cup in Ghana.
The four-day international beach soccer tournament event will feature six selected club sides from five countries alongside hosts, Ghana. The event is scheduled to be held from March 24 to 28 at the Aboringines Beach Resort in Keta, Ghana.
Kogi will fly the flag of the country in Ghana as the defending champions of 2013 CBN National Beach Soccer tournament held in Abuja. They defeated FCT 9-2 in the final to emerge winners of the eight-team tournament.
Goal learnt from top NFF officials that at least five states including Rivers are lobbying to represent the country at the Ghana’s Beach Soccer event if Kogi State turns down the invitation.
Adamu Audu who also handles Nigeria’s Supersand Eagles team is expected to lead the Kogi State club side to the Beach Soccer Championship.
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