Multiple media reports this Friday say Alhly Sporting Club of Cairo, Egypt are fixed on building academies
in Ghana, Angola and Nigeria with the ambition to extend to other African Countries in subsequent years.
The 8 time CAF Champions League winners will use these academies to teach the art of the game, discover, develop and offer players to top, local,continental and international leagues while respecting the norms of the club.
Reports say these academies are equally aim at producing talents at the end of which they
will feature in various top flight Clubs in Egypt.The initiative has been appreciated by many supporters as they believe the club stands to benefit immensely from these academies.
Egypt currently has 10 regional centers of Excellence in Africa reason why they frequently benefit from well-groomed players ready to stand the test of time.
Currently the most decorated club in Egypt, the club of the Century as Al Ahly is referred to (111 years old), have produced a wide breed of players who have maintained the status quo of the club.
They have won 40 titles and are presently the defending champions of Egypt.
They are however 3rd of the Egyptian League and have won more Champions League titles than all clubs in Africa.
After 21 League matches this season, the Club have 48 points, 4 points
behind current leaders Zamalek.
Reports from Africa.com suggest that football Academies have contributed immensely to young talent’s physical,technical and tactical abilities.
Among the top ten Academies in Africa, Morocco is the only North African country represented with Kenya and Nigeria prominent with two renowned academies each.