M&N incorporation has intensified preparations ahead of the much-awaited coaching course that is slated for December 2021 in Nigeria.
M&N under the tutelage of Japan’s based Bolarinwa Obalola Kobayashi has three arms under it: Players Management, Coaching Education, and Football team.
The company on Friday appointed the University of Ibadan Professor Festus Adeyeye Adegoke as the Director of the coaching department.
The hardworking Prof. was saddled with the responsibility due to his rich credentials and wealth of experience in the field of sports and especially in football coaching and tutelage.
Prof. Adeyeye possessed degrees in Human Kinetics and Health Education( University of Ibadan), Zoology ( University of Ibadan), and a Post-Graduate Diploma in the Teacher Education University of Ibadan).
Apart from Degrees, he also possessed professional Certificates: Confederation of African Football ( A and C) License, University of Ibadan certificates in Soccer and cricket.
He also has work experience with various organizations which includes: Technical Director ACE Football club, Ibadan, Evaluator ( Biological Sciences) West African Examinations Councils, Coach Nigeria University Games Association: the University of Ibadan among others.
M&N saddled him with the responsibilities of developing a coaching Curriculum and Instruction of coaching courses that will be applicable across Nigeria and beyond.
He is Chairman of Nigeria football coaching association Oyo State chapter and also work in the capacity of getting Nigeria and African coaches compulsory UEFA coaching Badges and Licenses.
His first assignments will come up in December when the coaching course of the company will take place, and he will be in charge of the planning, organization, and execution of the program.
M&N as an organization has organized well-meaning coaching courses and programs for grassroots coaches online.
They are also having a football team that will take part in the round-robin competitions that will take the centre stage later in October 2022.