Nigeria: Lagos/MTN Street Soccer Embark on Foreign Tour

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7 July 2011

THE Third place team in the Lagos/MTN Street Soccer Champion tagged the Legacy Edition Koilo Street 2, Lagos Island West have embarked on a playing tour of Gambia .

The team led by the Director of Finance and Administration, Ministry of Youth, Sports and Social Development, office of Sports, Mr Bashir Braimah arrived Banjul, Gambia capital early this week aboard Arik Airline.

Part of its activities in Gambia are playing some international friendlies with local clubs playing in the amateur league before the team return to Nigeria on Sunday10th July, 2011.

The matches are being handled by the Gambia Football Federation technical department following its discussion with the Lagos State Consultant on Sport, Mr Rogers Appleby and Braimah’.

According to the programme of activities, the team will visit the Wild life park, and tour of the city as well as tourism attraction centres in the city.

However, the team Koilo Street 2 had a feild of the day Monday when it took on G Tech Football Academy in a friendly match at the Senegambia football pitch and it recorded a 4 -1 victory over the Gambia based side.

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