On his part, Ihab Daifallah, the Supervisor of the Football Team, said that the training camp was a qualitative addition to the experience and skills of the coaches and players, where they have acquired more knowledge, skills, and modern methods of training. He also praised the role of the Arab community in Barcelona, which received the delegation of the Academy warmly. He appreciated the support of NBC and thanked its management on behalf of the Director of the Academy, Dr. Alaa Al Zeer, and Sulaiman Daifallah, the managing Director, hoping for more cooperation with NBC in the coming years.
Deifallah explained that the Academy of Creativity and Excellence for Football, based in Beitunia, specializes in training children in football. It includes the coach of the national Olympic team Captain, Mustafa Abu Kwaik, and the ages of children are between 10 and 15 years.
He also added that the primary goal of the Academy is to protect children from the dangers of emptiness and the vices surrounding them, and to keep them away from modern electronics, by enhancing their physical fitness, familiarizing them with their community properly, in addition to embracing the children with special needs, such as children with autism. Sports engage these children in their communities, integrate them, and change their behavior.