The recent partnership between Smart City Academy, Lagos and Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) side, Kwara United, will bear good fruit for both sides, the Chief Executive Officer of the Academy, Adeboye Adeyinka, has said.

The two football sides signed a partnership in Lagos during the week, a partnership that will see the Academy providing players for the Ilorin-based team.

Adeyinka, who is also the Senior Special Assistant on sports to the Lagos State governor, Babajide Sanwoolu, said the current board of Kwara United, led by the chairman, Kunbi Titiloye, and the General Manager, Bashir Badawiy, always believe in grassroots and with his academy having young footballers, the sky will be the starting point.

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