Right To Dream cautions the public over fake registration forms

    Right To Dream released a statement through their official Instagram page alerting the public to beware of fake registration forms circulating on social media.

    A number of football academies and even league clubs have been a target over the years from fake registration forms, nonexistent trials to fake scouts, and agents.

    Right to Dream Academy one of the fastest-growing football academies in Africa have unfortunately been used as a prime target by these scammers.

    Below is the statement from Right To Dream

    Below is the fake registration form

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