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"When I checked the course outline, I saw that the courses are very rich and will be of great benefit to everyone here. Going forward, we should be able to learn from here how we should play our football in Nigeria. There is a lot to learn, I must say. So, much to be shared from the club level and of course, which should rub off on our National teams too", concluded Dikko.
Some dignitaries present at the opening ceremony with Dikko, were the Technical Director of the NFF, represented by Assistant Director, Technical, Coach Siji Lagunju, Chief Operating Officer of the LMC, Salihu Abubakar, Chief Executive Officer of the Nationwide League One, Ahmed Kawu and Country Manager, LaLiga Nigeria, Mutiu Adepoju.
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