Former Remo Stars Youth team coach, Ogunmoyero Oluwaseun, has applauded Remo Stars’ commitment to developing young players and its belief in guiding them to the summit of their profession.
Oluwaseun made this revelation after Remo Stars’ 1-1 with AS FAR in the CAF Confederation Cup on Sunday.
Three of the club’s academy graduates; Akani Qudus, Olamilekan, and Nduka Junior all featured for the Ikenne-based club on Sunday night.
In a lengthy interview with Sports 247, he reflected on his time with the club and expressed his joy at seeing the results of his labor.
“I’m delighted to share with you the accomplishment achieved before a set time of 5 years.”
“On the 1st of December, 2017, I was appointed as a youth coach in Remo stars football club and was given a long-term goal which is to produce players.”
“From the youth category (U13, U15 & U17) that will feature at the national level and Africa level before a period of 5 years. Tonight, Remo Stars FC played against AS F.A.R Rabat FC of Morocco in the CAF Confederation cup which ended in a draw in the first leg.”
“Amongst those players that represented Remo Stars tonight are Akani Qudus Olamilekan and Nduka Junior who hailed from the U15 and U17 categories respectively.”
“I’m very grateful to God Almighty, the technical crews, staff, and management that contributed immensely to the development of youth players.”
“Most especially my director of youth at the time, currently the head coach of Remo Stars FC, coach Daniel Ogunmodede and my colleague coach Wale Olowookere who made it easier for the goal to be accomplished,” he concluded.
Reno Stars’ academy which is now known as Beyond Limits FA is a renowned football academy that is well known for its talent production.
The academy has dominated the Creative Championship (TCC League) since its creation.