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IBT FC signs partnership deal with SPOCS

The President of IBT FC Mr Iddrisu Baba Terkper has reached an agreement with SPOCS for a communication opportunity on its Jersey.

SPOCS is a Global Sport Marketing & Players Management Agency that operates in Munich, Berlin, Madrid, and several European countries.

Major player in African football, SPOCS organizes an annual tournament with its key and historic Premier League partner club in Ghana (Dreams FC), bringing together scouts from the biggest European clubs.

SPOCS provides expertise across a range of services including the following:
Advising footballers / managers in their career management and planning, marketing, sponsorships and public relations
Supporting clubs in the sale and acquisition of players

– Scouting services for football clubs
– Sports investments (advising potential investors on the acquisition and sale of sporting assets), etc.

President of SPOCS Sascha Empacher is responsible for the transfer of African players like Mohamed Salah, Ozan Kabak, Baba Rahman, Mohamed Elneny, and many other top football stars.

Wilfried Lemerle, Director in Spain and France has also helped in the development of the careers of some top stars

SPOCS have agreed to transfer top performing talents from IBT FC to Europe every season

Iddrisu Baba Terkper FC (IBT FC) mission is to help the street boys with a special talent for playing and have a place to realize their dreams : to begin a career in football. Usually focused on the best international talents and on world class players, SPOCS has exceptionally accepted IBT FC request and will be featured on the team’s future jersey.

Being aware of the major social benefits of football, SPOCS follows and accompanies the growth and professionalization of football clubs in Africa, above all those that care about the community, such as IBT FC.”

By: Derrick Ayim

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