ImPros.io is happy to announce the agreement with Lobi star’s winger, Benard Ovoké as their newest global ambassador for grassroots football development worldwide.
“Benard Ovoké officially joins Ngweni Ndasi, John Noble, Racheal Ozinuchi “OZ” and Ifeanyi Udeze on the list of ImPros ambassadors to ensure that youth football training is taken to the next level via areas the sport lacks proper attention carrying the youths towards their professional dream.
“Ovoké, 25, is a gifted Nigerian international who plays as an attacker for Nigerian Professional Football League (NPFL) side, Lobi stars FC. He recently moved away from childhood football club, Rivers united FC to Lobi on 25th, September, 2022.
“Ovoké started his professional football career with Bayelsa united FC, moved to Rivers united in 2016 as a 19-year -old promising number seven.
Hé had two stints with Rivers United, the first one in 2016 when he moved in as a free agent from Bayelsa united while the second occured also as a free agent, signing when his contract ended with Armenian club-side, FC Seven in January 2022, leaving him without a club.
“Rivers United came calling on March 21, 2022. Subsequently, he landed his first NPFL title with the Port Harcourt based football club in the 2021/2022 season before departing for Lobi Stars of Makurdi.”
ImPros viewed Ovoké as an influential asset towards their vision of helping grassroots footballers live their professional dream, that’s the main reason behind the player’s endorsement.
By lauding positively ImPros’ project to his 11,000+ followers via Instagram and 3,000+ via Twitter, Ovoké will be spreading the good news about the project to his followers worldwide.
It will make ImPros well-known in Africa where the operation started and with time, it will go worldwide as many people browse more about ImPros project and it’s objectives towards grassroots football.
Ovoké is loved by many Nigerian football fans and across other parts of the world where he has played professional football. With such status, it will boost ImPros’ membership, bringing players, coaches, investors within their marketplace, ImPros.io.
ImPros wouldn’t build the future of youth football alone but with the cooperation of brands like Ovoké, such dream will be achieved since their operation is noteworthy around grassroots football investment.
The endorsement will also do Ovoké good as ImPros work to bolster the player’s followers worldwide as the project builds momentum overtime by attracting targeted audience which will even land the forward bigger contracts around the biggest leagues in the world.
So, the contract is a win win one for both parties as they move towards something big in the future within the coverage of youth football in Nigeria and even globally.
Ovoké expressed immense privilege, joining ImPros as a brand. He went further to wish ImPros long term success towards their aspiration of being the go to investment platform for youth football development worldwide.
At the time of writing, ImPros marketplace has seen an overall of 700+ registered footballers, 72 coaches and 129 investors in their marketplace, ImPros.io.
ImPros general manager, Charles shared a heartfelt message after seeing yet another player ambassador joining ImPros within the last five months.
“We join hands together with Benard Ovoké, our newest brand by spreading the message about our project and together, we will take youth football to the next level, changing many lives of gifted young footballers out there on the streets.”
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