Benin Warriors, Chinice Sports Investment reach agreement on transfer of players.

By Nelson Dafe on August 31, 2018

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They say football management is about networking. Whether as a club owner,a coach or a players' intermediary,the importance of working closely with people across the various divides of the football tree in order to get sporting,prestige and financial benefits cannot be over-emphasized.

In the world of grassroots football this need to network is even more of a truism. With a lot of hidden talents being discovered and polished by grassroots coaches, there always remains the hard work of moving these prodigies to a fuller professional life. Thats the main aim of the father-figure coaches.

Then there are the players intermediaries looking to find the best legs to represent as far as getting the young players to sign professional contracts with professional clubs is concerned. These are persons who in many cases share a deep love of the game as well as a passion for the business concern of negotiating deals for talented grassroots players that would see them move on to the professional level as well as giving the players and their parent grassroots clubs a fair shake of such deals once the players go pro.

It is along this line that Edo state top grassroots side Benin Warriors FC of Benin City,Edo state has agreed a deal with fast-rising sports management firm Chinice Sports Investment that could see the sports agency outfit acting as agents for star players of the club in the area of transfer of the players to professional clubs.

A Benin Warriors official disclosed that under the patnership agreement, Chinice Sports could act as agents to negotiate specific deals regarding the direct transfer of registered player of Benin Warriors FC to professional clubs while the Chinice Sports would bear costs (as determined by both patties) of the transfer. 

For every transfer of player to a local or foreign professional club from Benin Warriors that Chinice Sports facilitates it (Chinice Sports) would get a predetermined share of whatever proceeds that comes to Benin Warriors FC from the transfer of the player(s).

Chinice Sports is a very professional company with Ferdinand Oji (Licensed players intermediary) as the CEO.

The Benun City-based company has helped a couple of players sign for several professional clubs,including a current leading scorer in the Swedish 3rd Division Pascal Durugbor.

Benin Warriors is owned by sports journalist and football columnist Nelson Dafe. 

The club which is known for fast tracking the progress of young players by boldly giving them a huge platform to perform, won the very competitive Edo state league in 2016 in their debut season of participation.

Both parties in the partnership are looking forward to a healthy and happy business relationship.

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Photo shows Benin Warriors proprietor Nelson Dafe (1st from Right) and Chinice Sports CEO and Licenced players intermediary Ferdinand Oji (1st from left) post with two Europe-based players agents during a recent players' scouting program in Benin City.

Source Daily Sports

Posted August 31, 2018

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