The Director of Aspire Football Dreams Project, Cameroon, former Cameroon International and goalkeeper of the century,Thomas Nkono is urging young boys of 13 years to registration for the Aspire Football Dreams Project to try their luck at grabbing a scholarship that would enable them to realize their dream of becoming professional footballers while going to school or learning a trade.
The Project in its eighth edition in Cameroon launched in March would closed by the end of June with coordinators in 40 sites expected to register about 704 children each all over the national territory making a total of 28,160 for a pre-test.
Following the pre-test, the 176 players selected would be divided into 16 teams to play 8 matches at the end of June from which 30 players would be selected to take part in the finals in Yaoundé in July.
To ensure professionalism and objectivity in the selection, two groups of coaches from Europe and Qatar would oversee the finals for the selection of two or three players and the best player from Cameroon would be announced.
As is the tradition, former Director of FC Barcelone Training Centre who doubles as the Director of Aspire Football Dreams Qatar who detected Lionel Messi, Jeffren Suarez, Perdro Roderiguez Ledesma would be present at the finals.
The selected players are expected to spend about three weeks in Qatar to participate in the world finals with other selected players from 14 countries.
Youths from Aspire, FC Barcleone and other European teams invited to the grand finale in Qatar.