Abdul Rahmon Abolore addressing the press
The Community Kids League season 2 is set to feature about 250 kids from different hoods in Lagos state and beyond. At the annual screening held today at the National Stadium, Surulere Lagos, a large number of talented kids are ready to shine in the season 2 of the U13 Community Kids League.
Reacting on the measures to unleash the talents in Nigeria football, the League Coordinator, Ajibola Babatunde emphasized on the needs to adequately meet up with required methods for international standards as it concerns Youth football.

In a statement made by the Head of Scout, Michael Yankees: "Dream Stars Sports Development Club is determined to continuously develop grassroot football". Community Kids League is an annual football first aimed at discovering and nurturing talents across communities in Nigeria.

Dream Stars Sports will Complement Lagos State FA efforts on Youths Sports Development and also taking sports development to a new height with the Community Kids League season 2. 

Speaking to the media ahead of this years events, the Chairman of the club, Mr AbdulRahmon Abolore noted that: "we have - over the years - studied football development in Lagos state and efforts of all concerned stakeholders especially the State FA and we are working round the clock to complement on the structures of youth football development". 

"It is a new dawn in youth sports development and doing it for the second time in a row shows we mean business and we hope to set the record straight for kids and youth development in Lagos state" Abolore said
Dream Stars Sports is saddled with the responsibility to use the instruments of sport, education and communication to shape people's orientation towards a responsible life style.

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