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Posted 3rd May 2017, 16:04 in
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Scout Me Online

New Online Platform Assisting Young Footballers Continues to Grow

Scout Me Online – a new start-up company from London is looking to assist young talents who are struggling to get to the professional level or have been released from their club now have the opportunity to increase their chances to get scouted via the click of a button!

This platform offers both male and female footballers an opportunity to find professional contracts in other parts of the world. The Scout Me Online platform also benefits clubs by offering them greater access to view a wider selection of players that will allow them to improve the quality and performance of their squads.

 

Scouting for Success Already – Growth of 262% in February to March

The company launched on the 6th December and CEO Kyam (Abdul Quiyum) explains the initial success, “We found out straight away the there was interest in the platform from the first hour and we started to find talented footballers were joining the platform almost immediately. It proved to us that there must be an urgent need for a product like Scout Me Online.

“As the user base started to grow from December to February, one player, Dimitrios Keramidas from Germany, had never been scouted in his life prior to joining Scout Me Online. Since joining in December, he has been watched over 150 times and has been scouted at least 3 times. Out of the 3 scouts, one of them was an agent from London who signed him to help place the player at a professional club for the new season starting next August. In February the company made significant improvements to the platform which resulted in Scout Me Online seeing a 262% growth in new users! Something we are very proud of.

Premier league scout from Stoke City joins Scout Me Online

Recently we were invited to the Stadium of Light to see Sunderland play West Ham and we were fortunate to have met a few premier league scouts on this trip. The result of this trip was quite fruitful and we now have a premier league scout signed up to use the platform. He currently scouts for a mid-table club and prior to this role he had scouted for a other premier league and lower league clubs.

Scout Me Online is continuously improving and we’ve taken on board comments and feedback from premier league scouts to help improve the service for both scouts and players. If you’re a football player who has been released from a club and looking for opportunities to promote yourself to scouts, agent, and coaches from around the world, now is the time to join Scout Me Online.

Did we tell you it’s free to join?

For more information visit - www.scoutmeonline.com

To view some profiles visit below:

Goalkeeper: Pirmin Strasser – Professional Goalkeeper from New Zealand

http://scoutmeonline.com/videos/100074/62/pirmin-strasser-professional-goalkeeper

Midfield: Valentine Murombo – Defensive Midfielder playing College football from the United States

http://scoutmeonline.com/videos/100212/190/valentine-murombo-best-moments

The Wonder Kid: Elton Murati – 4 year old wonder kid, like Messi

http://scoutmeonline.com/videos/100334/138/4-years-football-player-wonderkid-elton-murati

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