We ended our fourth week with a match blue against white. A couple of days ago we played the first leg. Every team chose his match. On wednesday the whites won 4-1, on saturday it was the turn for the blues (5-2) to win the second leg.
I want to thank the players for their passion and attacking play. The attackers were real goalgetters, the defenders have to keep working.
This two matches proved homogeneity of all the players.
This fourth week (the first three were used as pre-season after a 6-week non-footballperiod) the intensity of the trainings was put on a higher level. All players were professional and passionate.
Our friends (U19 Vietnam) won three matches in a row in their international tournament. They beat Indonesia 2-1 and have all nine points out of three matches.
Next week we’re getting back to Belgium and we keep our journey going on another continent.
Every night we played 5×5 tournaments. Every team gave their maximum. Every match was hard and the winner had to play his best !
The sea in Agadir is very peacefull, the waves aren’t that big and there is no big crowd. We did some trainings at the beach and small matches. Trainings were hard, but fun. Francis was covered with sand by Yassir, Amine and Mikayil.
It was an adventurous ascent for the academici and for the coach. We climbed the mountain, because we wanted to see how Agadir looked like before the earthquake in 1960. We had a lot of fun climbing and descending the mountain.
We played against Dheira. It wasn’t as difficult as we thought. They were approximately 3 years older then our academici. We won the game 0-11. We had a lot of fun during the match and want to thank the opponent and wish them all the best.
We wish our 2 new players a great and succesfull time at the academy.
The Academy Team leaves for Egypt. We say goodbye. All the best!
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With the sun in our little country Belgium, our players could show their tricks in the sand playing volle-foot. In teams of two agains two, with Coach Olivier as a referee.
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