​​Odegbami inspires youngsters at Cowbell/Multisports summer camp

Former Nigeria national football team captain, Segun Odegbami has offered words of encouragements and counsel to youngsters taking part in the 2017 Cowbell/Multisports Summer Football Camp.
Odegbami visited the kids sweating it out inside National Stadium in Surulere, Lagos to share his experience, even as he challenged the youngsters to follow through their passion, as well as make the best from their education.
While virtually all the kids were not born during the active playing days of Odegbami, who was fondly called Mathematical, they were the nonetheless enthralled by his presence and listened attentively as he served useful tips to the budding stars.
Speaking on the former Nigerian international’s presence, General Manager for Multisports Services and Entertainment Limited, John Okhiureh said it was indeed a great privilege to have Odegbami in the camp, adding that he was confident the kids would use the wise words from the retired star.
“It has been an awesome experience and a vast improvement on what we had back in 2016,” Okhiureh began.
“Just yesterday, we had Segun Odegbami in the house and the kids were very excited, many other ex-internationals are also still expected so the children are guaranteed to learn from the masters,” he added.
The 2017 edition of the Summer Football Camp for youngsters organized by Multisports Services and Entertainment Limited was officially opened last week by President-General of Nigerian Football and other Sports Supporters Club, Dr. Rafiu Ladipo.
With over 150 kids in the summer football camp, it is understood that local and foreign scouts would be part of the programme even as a number of other former internationals are also billed to have sessions with the kids.
Former Barcelona star, Gbenga Okunowo, Henry Nwosu, Peter Rufai and Jonathan Akpoborie are billed to have sessions with the children.

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