Former Brent district player Tafari Moore says that without the influence of God he wouldn’t have got to where he is today in football.
Islington BC’s Yaser Al-Ghena sealed the first London title of his career as he got the better of club team-mate Inder Bassi in the National Association of Boys & Girls Clubs Championship on Sunday.
Arsenal youngster Tafari Moore says Alex Iwobi’s spectacular rise through the ranks is a source of inspiration for the other academy prospects who are also hoping to push their way into Arsene Wenger’s senior squad.
Islington BC manager Reggie Hagland has backed Scott Smart to be a hit at the England Boxing Elite Championships later in the season despite his defeat on his return to the ring on Sunday.
Kilburn boxer Jerome Campbell knows he needs to make his mark in the amateur ranks in the next few years if he is to turn professional in the future.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger insists Jack Wilshere can overcome his latest injury woe and utilise the abundance of talent he has in the future.
“With teenagers there’s a lot of banter, and you can really establish a relationship. You have to trust teenagers to make their own decisions.”
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