Tripple 44 Academy and TikiTaka Football Development Sweden have announced a partnership centred on technical development.
TikiTaka specialise in the development of coaches, players plus club development, and will be offering the Ibadan based academy expertise in players and development of its technical personnel.
Samuel Olatunji Okuku, the President /CEO of Tripple 44 Academy described the pact with the Swedish firm as a good one as it will bring lots of value in terms of talent development to the academy.
“In line with our technical projections to ensure that our players are developed in the right way, we decided to partner with leading football development firm, TikiTaka Football Development,HB, Sweden,” Olatunji Okuku told Goal.
“The aim of the partnership will see TikiTaka offering technical training and development for coaches and our players.
“The first phase of the partnership will see one of our brightest prospect, Emmanuel Adeyemo attend a training development camp in Sweden where he would have the chance to train with the youth team of a Swedish league club.”
On Friday, Tripple 44 Academy held hosts Akure City to a 1-1 draw in a friendly match at the Akure Township Stadium. Adebayo Damilare levelled scores for the Ibadan based team after the hosts drew the first blood.
They had two days after defeated Abiola Babes 2-1 in a warm up game two days earlier.