The new football scouting App, Al-Haddaf which is targeted at harnessing the talents of academy players and eliminate the stronghold of greedy football agents will be available in Google and Apple Stores platforms.
Also, the App which is expected to be operational before the end of this month will have a renewable yearly subscription of $25 dollars only
This much was disclosed by Al-Haddaf App Brand Ambassador Coach Emmanuel Amuneke who spoke from his holiday base in Barcelona, Spain.
According to him, the management of the new App are working round the clock to ensure that its up and running before the end of February.
The former African Footballer of the Year winner revealed that the App will soon be operational in Nigeria as the management is working on its speed to open faster for subscribers.
Said he: “The App is almost ready, the little delay is as a result of some technical issues like the speed of the App which is a little slow hence the management is working to make it faster. We are good to go”.
Amuneke who is currently working with a top Egyptian football club emphasised that Al-Haddaf App is the best thing to happen to youth players and academy players from age 5 to 10 years as well as young coaches who want to pursue their careers outside Nigeria.
The former Super Eagles winger also said that football stakeholders like sports journalists and administrators are free to subscribe to the App.
Amuneke however advised youth players especially the academy players in Nigeria
subscribing to the App to ensure that they upload only quality videos of their games to attract big interest from foreign clubs.
He also said that Nigerian clubs especially those in the elite cadre can key into this project as they can market their young players by subscribing to Al-Haddaf App.