The end of the season is coming up and with it, the success of each one of our team appears. We have to stand out the fight, braveness and the team work spirit that have brought to our “linked” basketball team “Club Basket Almeda” to proclaim the Catalonian Champion in the female U-16 category.
Today we introduce you Tandasi Fombutu, SOCCER Stages player. Tandasi is 16 years old, and was born in Cameroon, African country which has a great football tradition with great players throughout history as Samuel Eto’o or Roger Milla.
A few weeks ago, the Özdemir brothers, of 8 and 10 years respectively, did a 2 weeks stay in WOSPAC and today we want to show you a small fragment of their experience with us.
The dream of the UE Cornellà in their search for qualifying for the next playoff to promote to the Liga Adelante, is more alive than ever, and all thanks to the excellent campaign carried out by the team so far and endorsed this weekend with a victory by 2-0 against the leader of the category, Villarreal “B” thanks to the goals of Lulu and Borja.
If we talk about football in the city of Berlin, everybody thinks about the great team of the city Hertha and even their Stadium, the Olympistadion where FC Barcelona, won the Champions League last season.
The meeting of Sergio Alfaro, goalkeeper of SOCCER Stages, with the U-17 national team of Costa Rica on the Spanish territory, now enters in its final phase after two weeks of concentration and the dispute of six games.
In professional football we have examples of very great goalkeepers throughout history, such as Oliver Kahn, Santiago Cañizares, Víctor Valdés… and Manuel Neuer and David de Gea from today among others,
Today we introduce you Imthiyaz Miraash, player of the SOCCER Stages program. Miraash is a 16-year-old player from the Maldives Islands, a beatiful place located in the Indian Ocean, playing his 3rd season in WOSPAC,
Today we want to talk about the important thing is to have a good physical condition to compete at a high level and how important is to prevent possible injuries.
Last weekend, the U-14 WOSPAC Team, faced Can Vidalet from Esplugues de Llobregat, and the feelings of the team were very positive. The coaching staff leaded by Diego Morata and Pau Estévez, at the end of the game showed its satisfaction about the evolution experienced by the team since the start of the season.
Our player of the program SOCCER Stages, Tandasi Fombutu from Cameroon, made his first appearance this past weekend with the U-18 Team of the UE Cornellà (Liga Nacional Juvenil) against Escola Esportiva Mataró.
Communication is key in any sport. As so is in any huge family or group. The success of any team is to create and encourage tight bones between its members. All of them must go in the same way, support and believe in each other.