Football may be a family of team sports that involve, to varying degrees, kicking a ball with the foot to attain a goal
In Nigeria, soccer may be a big deal not only to the male folk but even females. lately more Nigerians are now curious about sending their kids off to football academies.
We brings you 3 Nigerian celebrity kids who are already in football academies and should end up better players than tons of Nigerian soccer veterans.
1. Peter Okoye’s Son; Cameron
Peter Okoye’s 9-year old son, Cameron plays for the small Tigers FC . He was even honoured because the top scorer for his football academy.
His proud father shared a photograph of him on Instagram and wrote; “I’m so pleased with my son for receiving a medal for Top scorer of his football academy,”
2. Darey Art Alade’s Son, Femi
Darey Art Alade’s son, Femi recently took off to play for Barcelona. Alade shared his photo and wrote; ‘“My #MCM is our little boy who’s fast becoming a fine young man already! Travelled alone to Barcelona and abandoned us (family and Arsenal ) and is playing his first international tournament immediately in @fcbarcelona Escola#ProudMom#ProudDad”
3 Terry G’s Son, T Rex
Terry G’s son, T Rex who was born in 2012 is additionally enrolled in Chelsea FC foundation school.
Terry G also shared his photos on social media.
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