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Fenedy, Micah and Brian to trial in Europe

Mr. Leong confirmed to Vanuafoot media that Amicale FC head coach from Italy, Marco Banchini have arrange for Fenedy Masauvakalo, Brian Kaltack and Micah Lea’alafa to go for a trial in Italy.
“This is great news for my club.” Said Andrew Leong.
“Last year after the Champions League, Amicale FC sent two players to play for Auckland City in the FIFA Club World Cup and two players to Tahiti to play for Central Sportive.”
‘This year after the Champions League we have three players ready to go for a trial now in Europe which is great news for the club?”
“While waiting for Italy to confirm their date of departure, OFC club Champions, Auckland City FC are now interest to recruit Amicale FC and Solomon Islands international, Micah Lea’alafa to play for them.”
“This is a great news for the club again and I know Micah will be happy because this is one of his dream to play overseas.”
“I am so proud of my players and I just want to wish Fenedy Masauvakalo, Brian Kaltack and Micah Lea’alafa all the best in their playing career in Europe or New Zealand if all goes well.”
“To all my other players, there is always room for improvement and please continue to work hard in training and play with your hearts and maybe one day who knows, one of you will be on the plane to play for other overseas club.” Said Andrew Leong, Amicale FC President.
Micah Lea’alafa was a happy today after he got the news last night.
“I don’t know what to say but thank God for everything and my special thank you to my president, Andrew Leong and coach Marco Banchini, our technical director, Mr. Anthony Pisano and all the coaching staffs and players.” Said Micah Lea’alafa.
“This is a dream come through for me if I go and play for Auckland City FC or go for a trail in Europe.”
“I will do my best to play good football and to do my best for my families in Solomon Islands and Vanuatu.”
“Once again, thank you to Andrew Leong for his hard work to develop football in Vanuatu and Oceania Region.” Concluded Micah Lea’alafa.

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