WOSPAC and the SOCCER Stages program are in a special moment; they want to give a special welcome to a new member of the academy, Tandasi Fombutu.

The young player from Cameroon, born on July 4 1999, will be part of the 10 months SOCCER Stages program to complete the season with the young squad of UE Cornellà, and will be also sharing with others 50 soccer players hi daily life in the academy.

Tandasi grew up in Cameroon and he started his training with the Samuel Eto’o Foundation. He landed in Catalunya in 2010 to play in the UE Cornellà. Only one year later he flew to Dubai to play in the FC Barcelona’s school with which in 2012 he participated in the tournament organized by Barça School where he was selected Best Player.

In 2013 Fombutu was back to Barcelona to play for RCD Espanyol, although few months later, FC Barcelona noticed him and signs him. Tandasi is a very complete player with a good technic, able to shoot with both right and left foot. He’s fast and he can break the equilibrium of a game situation. Tactically he’s very smart. He started playing in the middle now, instead, as an extreme in the attack. By the way he could cover all the offensive positions. A luxury!

He left us a good number of goal and most of them nice ones, we hope to enjoy them during the mornings that the SOCCER Stages program have planner for al the players.

Tandasi’s incorporation it’s a clear example of the fantastic and efficient job that WOSPAC have done. Its study and application of soccer methodology, has been useful, because a player that use to be part of some of the most important Spanish team like FC Barcelona, RCD Espanyol and UE Cornellà. Now count on WOSPAC for sports and educational training. It’s a pleasure counts with you, Tandasi. We will see you!