This week six men turned up and we played Cobham FC. The players did well. At the backend of the season we decided to have a friendly game with Chelmsford on Saturday National Combine National south team because we were going to have a showcase but it was cancelled. So it was very short notice we played Cobham FC combine county side.
So we owing to work commitments and unavailability could not raise a full team. I did not want to disappoint Barry Wilde the manager who made the game possible. We only had seven players but we made up with Cobham boys for 11 aside.
I will now mention some names. Our guys did well. Raphael who has just come aboard he played in Brazil for one or two sides Botofoga FC, we are looking to get him into a pro club but would consider National South semi pro. He is a looking for a club and expressed a desire to play in England.
Alan the striker played well and scored a good goal. Coffey played well and Eddie from Ireland Addie played well in midfield. I was quite pleased we went up there and we did not disappoint Barry Wilde.
Vlad has just signed on for Kingstonians as their keeper. So the season has been great all the boys have played good organised football. I just got one friend come over from LA Galaxy who has a very good CV is looking to play in the UK.
Again contact us or email for further. All in all it was a good game, a good run. It was quite competitive due to Roeahampton Football Academies availability. Any inquiries or serious applicants contact us here, Facebook or email. Head coach answers all calls and has good contacts here in the UK. If you are interested, no time wasters please. This Academy now has in the region of ten boys who have gone professional these past two or three seasons.
I wish Happy Christmas to all the clubs and all the players, staff and committee who have support over the years. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. We hope to start back in February 2016.
|Yours in Sports
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