Tremendous Eagles star, Wilfred Ndidi, has been awarded first diploma at De Montfort College in England.
The English Premier League midfielder revealed this in an interview with Soccer Day by day explaining that the diploma will afford him extra choices outdoors soccer.
Ndidi defined that the data in enterprise and administration would come in useful as he plans to get into enterprise after he retires from taking part in.
He stated, “Yeah, I’m executed. I did like a 10-course class which may enrol me into a correct college diploma.”
Again in 2019, Ndidi was interviewed by Sportsmail and spoke extensively on his want to pursue schooling whereas nonetheless being an energetic footballer.
“I’ve spare time, so as an alternative of sitting and taking part in FIFA, it’s good to know the 4 partitions of education,” Ndidi instructed Sportsmail.
“In Nigeria some gamers wish to play soccer after which they overlook about faculty. However if you happen to do each you’ll be able to proceed with whichever one works out, as an alternative of simply hoping for soccer, soccer — and you then don’t make it.”
Ndidi additionally spoke a few imaginative and prescient to create extra choices outdoors soccer for teens in Nigeria.
“All my life I wished to play soccer and that is my profession now however there was stress from my dad to not go that manner as a result of he wished me to remain at college. He was not satisfied I used to be doing the appropriate factor till he first noticed me on tv, taking part in for the Underneath 17 nationwide staff.
“The inhabitants of Nigeria is huge and it’s so arduous to make the grade as a footballer, so I’ve a transparent imaginative and prescient of a spot the place you’ll be able to play soccer and research, both in Lagos or Abuja.
“I’ve spoken to my godfather about making it occur. If youngsters don’t make it in soccer, I need them to assume they’ll get a level and work, as an alternative of roaming the streets.”
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