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Chance for Azhareeza to train in Barcelona

15th May, 2018


KOTA KINABALU: Muhammad Azhareeza Mohd Alias has been presented with an experience of a lifetime after being selected as the best young talent at the Jaguh Milo Clinic Programme that ended at the Sandakan Futsal centre over the weekend.

Now, the young Azhareeza stands the chance to train in Barcelona, Spain – courtesy of Milo.

He was one of the participants in the programme that comprised eight series. The programme started in early March.

Former Sabah futsal head coach Rusli Hassan, who possesses an Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Level II coaching certificate, conducted the clinic.

He was assisted by Rahman Junaid, Sofian Mansah, Teh Jih Ming, Sarif Samad and Jumadir Adam, all of whom are AFC Level I qualified coaches.

The coaches assisted and guided the participants on the right techniques to help them improve and grow in the sport.

Nestle sport executive Ahmad Fadhly Shah Indra Gunawan and Mohd Nik presented the prizes to the participants at the end of the clinic.

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