Project Nigeria

Project Nigeria
Nigeria 2017 - Danish Football Development Initiative

About Project "Nigeria"

Getting players a contract in EU
Moving players from 3rd world countries require an investment.
It is not enough that the player is skilled and ready.
Let's say the player is Messi - So the player is outstanding, everyone agrees - no question about it.

Denmark
Lets us now place the player in Denmark. How will the player preform, in a country where he can not speak the language, he's freezing (not just on the pitch but all the time) because there is frost in the air, he knows no one, the pitch is switching between being mud heavy and frost hard, the food is different - can he still be Messi?

Investment
It is my experience, that this investment will not be taken by the clubs or agents in EU.

The investment must be borne by the player himself, the player's agent or investors from the player's own country of origin.

Richard Lilja
It is possible to move players to Denmark - and get them the right opportunities and try outs. I have the experience, contacts and the right set-up to create value for the player and investors. I would like to add, that Denmark is not the optimal way into the EU - since Denmark is an expensive country. The player and investors will be able to use cheaper countries in the EU (eg, countries in Eastern Europe) and achieve the same outcome - to prove that the player can preform in EU.

The facts
To get a player to Denmark requires an investment around 10.000 Euro.
(Then the player is in Denmark and will play for half a season)

If the player is outstanding (like Messi), everybody will be happy.

If the player is exceptionally good, and can play Super Liga - then there will be a contract for the player, and the investors can expect to get their investment back, 5 to 10 times.

If the player is very good, and can play 1. division - then there will be a contract for the player, and the investors can expect to get their investment back, 3 to 5 times.

If the player is good, and can play 2. division - then there might be a contract for the player. If we get a contract for the player, the investors can expect to get their investment back.

Budget
Travel expences (incl. visa) 2000 Euro
Living cost per month 1000 Euro (6 months - 6000 Euro)
Fee (Richard Lilja) 1000 Euro
Contingencies 1000 Euro

Further Action
If the above has caught your interest, do not hesitate to contact me - then we will find a solution that suits both the player and any investor.

 

Interview
Nigeria 2017 - Danish Football Development Initiative
Development enviroment - from 8.00 am in Lagos
Lagos 2017
Project Nigeria
Lagos 2017
Project Nigeria
Lagos 2017
Project Nigeria
Lagos 2017
Project Nigeria
Lagos 2017