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Coach McKinstry and the Right to Dream Academy (Ghana) win the Manchester United Premier Cup African Finals in 2010 

Follow Coach McKinstry on the path to victory in the MUFC Premier Cup Africa Finals 2010In 2010, Coach McKinstry and the Right to Dream Academy (Ghana) won the African Finals of the Manchester United Premier Cup, and in doing so qualified for the World Finals in Manchester later that year.

 

 

The official tournament showreel follows Coach McKinstry on the path to victory...

 

http://manchesterunitedpremiercup.com/video-gallery/africa-finals-2010

 

 

 

Notes to Editors

  1. You can learn more about the Manchester United Premier Cup at http://manchesterunitedpremiercup.com/about-mupc
  2. See www.johnnymckinstry.com for a range of information - biography, press releases and photographs for press use
  3. To arrange an email or telephone interview, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

 

 

Quotes: What the media say

  • Leone Stars shine with purpose... what is even more remarkable is what the young Northern Irishman has done ... the Leone Stars are ranked 50th in the world and seventh in Africa – higher than they have ever been.

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    fifa.com
  • McKinstry made an impressive start, losing just one of his first six matches and leading Sierra Leone into the top 50 of Fifa's world rankings, above Northern Ireland, the Republic, Cameroon and Senegal.

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    Ben Smith BBC Sport
  • Under his management, the team played attractive football, scored goals and racked up some important results.

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    Eoin O'Callaghan the42.ie
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