The news channel explains how Allee’s years of sacrifice, often training in rice padi fields alongside farmland animals and having to travel long distances has finally paid off now he has been offered a place within the Spanish football academy. Allee also adds that he wishes to be an inspiration to all younger players in Malaysia. Joining the soccer school in Spain is an amazing opportunity for Allee, given the lengths he has come from, and demonstrates the determination required to progress further within football.
The private football academy in Europe has had over 100 players gone on to trial at professional clubs, most recently the academies striker got scouted to go on trial for a La Liga professional academy after scoring 3 goals against Sevilla in his first game!! As well as this, over 50 other players have signed for professional clubs around the world. The Spanish Football School organises an unrivalled, competitive fixture list having previously showcased their talents against top European academies such as: Fc Barcelona, Real Madrid, Manchester City, Atletico Madrid, Valencia and Sevilla – in which all of the fixtures get recorded so that they can then analyse their performances.
We are extremely proud of Allee for making the national news and hope he can progress further towards achieving his goals in the upcoming season. He has been given a fantastic opportunity by his parents, and we hope he takes this with both hands!
For more information how to enrol at the private boarding football academy in Spain please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and our team can happily assist with this fantastic opportunity!