Samsung hosted the Dream Camp to support people with passion for football at the Lizzyï¿½s Sports Complex in Accra. Samsung is currently the official sponsor of the Orange Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) Equatorial Guinea 2015, taking place from the 17th of January to the 8th of February 2015.
The ï¿½I See Your Dreamsï¿½, Dream Camp focuses on the youthï¿½s passion for football and helps them with skills development and interactive training with football legend Yaw Preko.
The initiative forms part of Samsungï¿½s commitment to bring football fans closer to the beautiful game and create excitement amongst communities during the Orange AFCON 2015.
Young soccer enthusiasts from the Kotobabi 3 and 4 Senior High School, received training from professional football coaches. The students were equipped with new football kits and went through coaching session.
The professional coaching session took the students through their paces to elevate them to a point where they could compete at international level.
In an interaction with football legend Yaw Preko during the ï¿½Dream Campï¿½, he stated that ï¿½our greatest passion in Africa is Football and the Dream Camp gives young footballers the opportunity to go after their dreams. The Samsung ï¿½I See Your Dreamsï¿½ Dream Camp has inspired Ghana to create tomorrowï¿½s legends and support the football talentï¿½.
George Ferreira, who is the Chief Operating Officer and Vice President for Samsung South Africa, he explained that ï¿½we see this as an opportunity to foster the spirit of professionalism and nurture the love of soccer in the youth.
It isnï¿½t often that students get the opportunity to receive training from professional coaches and meet professionals who have played on the global stage. As we reach the final stages of the campaign we focus on sustainability and growing the talent through Dream Campï¿½.
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