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DAVID NAKAD ACADEMY teaches more than football

When we moved to Lebanon six years ago, finding a football academy for my 15-year-old son was at the top of my to-do list. Football had long been a big part of Adam’s life, so finding the right place for him to play would be critical to a smooth transition to life in Lebanon.

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