Following the great success of previous visits, Balzan Academy is pleased to announce that former AC Milan player Andrea Icardi, now a professional youth coach, will be in Malta again to run training sessions for boys in the age groups born between 2001 to 2009 on Tuesday 8 December.
“I am looking forward to visiting Malta again and am keen to see how the Balzan Academy continues to develop its young players. I am also eager to see all the boys at my training sessions and to see if there any boys who have the right skills and attitude to be able to join up with the teams I will have playing in Italy at various prestigious youth tournaments in 2016,” said Icardi.
Balzan President Anton Tagliaferro added “Andrea’s visits to Malta in the past have always generated great interest and boys attending have really benefitted from Andrea’s professionalism and enthusiasm for the game. One of Balzan Academy’s aims is for boys in Malta to experience different coaching styles provided by top quality coaches such as Andrea.”
Balzan Academy Director Mr. Timmy Gambin said “We continue to make excellent progress at Balzan Academy as we continue towards our target of becoming Malta’s most elite youth Academy. This season, for the first time in the Balzan’s history our under 15, under 17 and under 19 teams are all playing in Section A competitions. The use of the new St Aloysius facilities by our Academy has also given our Academy a real boost.”
Anton Tagliaferro concluded by saying “I am satisfied that at Balzan Academy we now have the right mix of what is needed to produce the good Maltese players of the future in that we now have the right blend of qualified coaches , well structured training programmes and great facilities in place. I truly believe that there is every reason to believe that Balzan Academy can professionally develop any ambitious Maltese boys who dream of having a future career in football and help them fulfill their dreams.”
For further information on the camp being held on 8 December please call Diane on 7740955.