James Paris joins Mqabba, Sacha Borg to move South

Friday, July 29, 2011, 15:27

by Joshua Cacciattolo

James Paris moved to Premier League newcomers Mqabba from Sliema Wanderers as he was a surplus to the Blues’ requirements. The former Manchester City midfielder endured a miserable first season on the local scene as he only played few full games for Mark Marlow and then even few minutes for Danilo Doncic’s squad.

The nineteen year old will now hope for a better experience to rebuild his reputation as one of Malta’s top youngsters.

Floriana’s Sacha Borg could join Marsaxlokk on a one year contract as a part of Carlo Mamo’s imminent transfer to the Greens. The eighteen year old, last season won the U/17 Youth F.A Player of the Year award, and is set to start reporting to training with Marsaxlokk next week.





4 Comments

  1. Gu sios says:

    The best players arent the ones who perform best on the pitch, while being dedicated off it aswell. The truly talented and natural players are the ones who perform best on the pitch while coming off good nights in clubs!!!!

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  2. Newtrali says:

    @ Peter…. Ikteb kunjomok u ma min izzomm mhux billi dhalt hawn u twaddab it tajn lejn il player li semmejt. U haga ohra..ghidilna n nuqqassijiet tieghek u nippublikawhom hawn halli kulhadd ikun jaf x taghmel hazin int!! Kun responsabbli Mr.Peter

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  3. Peter says:

    he cannot build a better reputation if he is always out partying and having fun… is this what Manchester thought him?

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    Timmy Agius Reply:

    Peter, mhux ahjar you write your real name shiebi. It’s easy to criticise somebody without publishing your name. James Paris started off the season really well and always gave a decent performance when he played 90 mins (also won man of the match awards) Unfortunately as the season progressed, the coach opted for experience rather than talent and  was not given enough time or oppurtuinity to show his true talent. It is difficult for world class players to impress in 20/30 mins, let alone an 18 year old boy. Manchester has TAUGHT him alot of things. Ignoring ignorance like you’ve demonstrated was one of them! 

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