NFF holds FIFA Players’ Agents exam

The Nigeria Football Federation will on Thursday (tomorrow) in Abuja hold the first examination of the year for prospective FIFA Players’ Agents.
The examination holds at the FIFA Goal Project, Package B, National Stadium Complex, Abuja.
Head of Legal Unit of the NFF, Barrister Okey Obi, said that accreditation of the applicants, which started on Tuesday at the NFF Secretariat, Abuja, would be concluded on Wednesday.
Applicants are to pay a non-refundable fee and must come forward with their application, four passport photographs, credible form of identification, two copies of their curriculum vitae and original and photocopies of their credentials.
Obi added: “There would be no accreditation by proxy.
“The NFF is going to be even more strict as everything would go ahead according to FIFA’s well-laid down rules and regulations and best practices.
“There would be no room for hanky-panky.
“Players’ Agents are ambassadors of every nation and only the best and worthy would emerge.”
The examination starts at 10am on Thursday.