The Head Coach Nigeria National League, NNL outfit, Remo Stars FC Daniel Ogunmodede has underscored the necessity for high-tech sports equipments in players development.
The merchant tactician who is a graduate of Ladoke Akintola University and a holder of CAF C license believes that technology has invaded the world and and by extension it has also entered the sporting arena in a big way.
While reacting to questions from Journalists on Soccer Platform Family United By Football (FUBF), Ijaball as he’s fondly called noted that, with functional equipments, players would be fortified and become top competitors.
“Part of challenges facing our players today is exposure, how much access do they have to technological equipments that can improve their performances?
“Some of these equipments reduce laborious inputs with maximum outputs, a program of about 30 minutes could be reduced to shorter time with better results,” he expressed.
The former assistant coach of Crown FC further revealed that, Remo Stars would continue to expose her players to world class quipments not only for top performance but for high level competitions even in abroad.
“Presently, we are training our lads with some of these equipments, the club recently acquired the ball server, trampolines, booze balls and other equipments like that.
“Our players are good in this country but what affect most of them is inferiority complex because they were not exposed adequately, reason why some of them fail to compete in abroad.
“That’s why we are correcting those lapses in Remo Stars, if an eighteen year old player cannot compete and play in the top league, then when would such a player be given chance to play?” Ogunmodede queried.