It Criteria Players Wanted MU in CLEAR Come on! Indonesia Could Academy 2015

It Criteria Players Wanted MU in CLEAR Come on! Indonesia Could Academy 2015

It Criteria Players Wanted MU in CLEAR Come on! Indonesia Could Academy 2015

Jakarta – The Manchester United will participate in monitoring the course of the selection of players in the arena CLEAR Come on! Indonesia Could Academy 2015. They had specific criteria in determining his choice.

MU sends two coaches from Manchester United Soccer School for a close look at the selection stage of province way round in Jakarta, which was held in Soemantri Brodjonegoro, Brass, March 7 to 8 tomorrow.

The two coaches are coaches who deal with the young players ‘Red Devils’ 15-17 years old.

“We did bring in trainers appropriate to the age of the event participants CLEAR Come on! Indonesian Can Academy in 2015, ie 16-17 years. The hope is to choose the best players to train at Old Trafford,” said Senior Brand Manager CLEAR, Johan Lie , in a press conference in Kuningan, Jakarta, Friday (03/06/2015).

In addition to the two coaches, the former Manchester United striker Andy Cole will also monitor the way in the selection. Cole reveals criteria that players will get a chance to practice in the UK.

“The dedication, skill, passion. You have to be dedicated, you have to enjoy. If you enjoy, skill will come out,” said Cole.

Previously, Johan also stated that the best 11 players who will train at Old Trafford is the players who not only have good skills, but also have good mental.

Cole added, of the event CLEAR Come on! Indonesia Could Academy in 2015, he hopes the winners can feel the direct practice in the academy MU alongside other young players there.

“I want them to feel the train at Old Trafford with the players academy there. For sure they will be happy to get a very magnificent stadium. They will practice in a field that had been used by the legend,” he said.

“I am looking forward to the event tomorrow. I look forward to meeting the participants,” said the striker who joined treble with Manchester United in 1999.