Launch of Brescia Calcio Agreement with Local Nurseries

Tuesday, March 12, 2013, 11:19

Five local clubs have today signed a collaboration agreement with Italian Serie B side Brescia Calcio. This agreement will see Brescia Calcio sending over their coaches to conduct training sessions, scouting and trials for young players registered with these clubs. Technical and administrative staff will also be offered the possibility of travelling to Brescia to gain further training and experience.


The nurseries of Hamrun Spartans, San Gwann, Swieqi United, Kercem Ajax and Xewkija Tigers have signed this agreement today at a press conference held at the Intercontinental Hotel. Brescia Calcio are renowned for their outstanding contribution towards youth football and rank amongst the top clubs in Italy in this field.


Present for the press conference were Mr Fabio Coroni, President of the Brescia Calcio Youth Sector, Brescia Calcio representatives Messrs Giorgio Abeni, Letterio de Grazia and Edward Psaila. The officials of the local nurseries were also present.


As part of this agreement, training sessions were recently conducted at the the Victor Tedesco Stadium, the San Gwann Football Ground and the Xewkija Ground by Brescia Calcio coaches. The following players have already been selected for a trial in Rome in April, where the local lads will be accompanied by another group of selected youngsters hailing from around 30 other nurseries from across Europe.


1999 category:

Kurt Attard (Hamrun Spartans FC)

Jeremy Busuttil (Hamrun Spartans FC)

Jurgen Grech (Hamrun Spartans FC)

Owen Micallef (San Gwann FC)


1998 category:

Alessio Magro (San Gwann FC)

Jan Tanti (San Gwann FC)

Andreas Vella (San Gwann FC)

Kieran Bugeja (Hamrun Spartans FC)

1997 category:

Andre Cachia (San Gwann FC)

Dean Sciberras (San Gwann FC)

Stefan Stojonavic (San Gwann FC)

Dayle Borg (Hamrun Spartans FC)

Luke Bugeja (Hamrun Spartans FC)

Joyfred Farrugia (Hamrun Spartans FC)

Jake Grech (Hamrun Spartans FC)


Brescia Calcio will also continue to monitor the progress of other players registered with these clubs and other similar trials are expected in the future.

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