English Premier League Clubs, Arsenal FC and Brighton Albion, have boosted Orthodox Football Club, the country’s current standout and most structured youth football club with a 40ft container loaded with jerseys and other football equipments.
The Management of the Orthodox football club has today Saturday, 16th July 2022, shared some of the kits to the boys.
The clubs have a partnership with the Missionary Boys, which is to boost, motivate and inspire the team of young but enthusiastic players, and may also have the opportunity to play for any of them if they prove worthy.
The Management of the Orthodox football club is overwhelmed with the gesture given to the club.
The boys were excited to receive the kits which they will start to use for training on Tuesday.
The U -10 , U -12 and U -13 are with the Brighton kits whilst the Arsenal kits are given to the U -15 and U -16.
Team Manager, King David Kargbo of Orthodox applauded the two English clubs for the boost and says he anticipate to receiving more in the future. He encouraged the boys to keep working hard and cited that, with Orthodox there is light at the end of the tunnel
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