ONONYE IS THE SECOND ANB ACADEMY PLAYER IDENTIFIED BY STADE MALHERBE CAEN
8, 2010 (RELEASE) --
ANB Academy is pleased to announce that 17-year old Academy Team member Emeka
Ononye was successfully identified by Caen Football club in the French league
1. Emeka will be on trial at Stade Malherbe Caen, France from July 7th to
August 5th with ANB Jason Mills who has been travelling back and forth to
France since last May 2009. Emeka and Jason will be training with the U-19 and
reserves of Caen.
According to FIFAs latest regulations on the status and transfer of
players, a minor is not allowed to sign for a foreign club before the age of
Jason has been an ANB Academy Team member since the Academys
inception back in October 2005. Emeka has been an ANB Academy Team member since
Jan 2007. This is just fantastic for everyone! We are ecstatic and proud of
Jason and Emeka. Both athletes will be our new ambassadors to the elite of the
elites in France.
The ANB Academy is presently in the final stages of discussions about a
partnership between Caen Football Club and The ANB Academy commented
Academy Director, Bassam Naim.
ANB academy's vision is to become Canadas leading soccer development
organization. Its mission is to identify Canadian soccer talent, and to
maximize the potential of players at any level, through professional coaching
For more information on the programs offered by ANB academy, check out our
website site at www.anbfutbol.com or by telephone at 905-313-8661 or via e-mail