Ablaze Football Academy manager has stated he is happy with grass-root teams who have a social network in the name of their Academy are now using it well to represent their teams.
The Blazers manager revealed how he has seen many Academy focus more on making money out of the young players than promotional post and analysis.
“I have seen some post in the past by teams,and I saw they are not doing it right, we decided to set the pace and see how it goes”
“Ablaze is the first local grassroot Academy to give a detailed match updates, analysis, rivalry history, and also give the fans who are far and wide the chance to read what happen in every minutes of games played”
“Even when the kids read it,it gives them the feel that their journey has started already”
“Giving transfer and intake updates also help keep records and track of a players arrival and departure for future reference”
“Grassroot teams are already catching the trend and giving their fans the latest updates of their Academy and it makes me happy”
“We are not to small to have a media officer, for example we do and he is doing a great job,let’s not be so focused on what the kids give us but what we also have to give back to the kids”
“let’s promote grassroot football and help our boys feel the life of a footballer at a tender age”
“We do interviews for our players,we ask them about every game,their future plans,about their team mates,about the npfl and all,we try to let the world out there know their view”
“No journalist wants to focus their scope on grassroot football but we as coaches can do that with our pages” he concluded.
Ablaze Football Academy has just officially spent 5 years and some months, as the manager states he would fight till his last breath to see the Blazers talents rise to stardom.