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Mees Palace Football Academy is focused on developing children from onset through professional and vigorous training with the sole aim of impacting basic football skills and techniques.

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    Mees Palace Football Academy (MPFA) U14s got back to action this weekend in the Tsenba Wummen League as they defeated Superstars U14s 1-0 to remain top of the standings going into matchday 25 next weekend. Although it was a cagy affair from both sides as chances came far and in between, it was midfielder Fabian Peter who held his nerves to calmly slot home the ball just before the interval to give our boys the lead. Despite numerous efforts...

    Mees Palace Football Academy (MPFA) U16s continued its unbeaten streak in the Tsemba Wummen League with back-to-back wins on Tuesday and Thursday as we moved to 73 points to remain top of the standings. Matchday 24 came with its peculiarities as the team locked horns with Adalchi U16s at the St. John's college field. With rain falling intermittently, and the bumpy nature of the pitch, our boys were able to grind out the win. Ahmed Musa was first...

    A Christopher Yusuf brace on the other side of each half and goals from Ahmed Musa and Sumfat Julius gave our U16 a comfortable 4-2 win over Rahbam FA U16s in a matchday 23 fixture in the Tsenba Wummen League. In a match played at the NTA College field, coach of the side, Longji Mikuk made three changes from the last match with Tis Gyang, Emmanuel Ukeyima, and Shalom Anoo came into the lineup with a 4-4-2 setup. The...

    Mees Palace Football Academy (MPFA) U14s and U16s were in inspired form over the weekend as they recorded empathic victories in their matchday 22 fixture in the Tsemba Wummen League. On a rainy day in the city of Jos, a double brace by Ahmed Musa, a hat trick by Christopher Yusuf on the other side of a brace by Umar Bala were more than enough to tear apart Yard FC 9-1 to continue their unbeaten streak in...

    Mees Palace Football team's U14s and U16s are the midseason champions of the Tsenba Wummen League going into the second stanza of the season after topping the league table in both categories. The U16s have a flawless record after nineteen matches as they are yet to draw or lose a match, notching up 57 points in the process, while scoring a league-high 87 goals. Top goal scorer from the league in 2019, Ahmed Musa currently tops the goal...