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YOUNG FOOTBALLERS PAY COURTESY VISIT

img-20170110-wa0012On Tuesday, 10th January, 2017, Wayne Forde, President of the Guyana Football Federation (GFF) expressed best wishes to two young footballers who paid him a courtesy visit.

The footballers, Mark Wronge and Akeem Bollers, are scheduled to participate in a student athlete soccer tryout in South Carolina and Louisiana, United States of America, on January 21 and February 18-19 respectively.

This tryout is part of a process to achieve a student athlete scholarship. The tryout will be held at the Anderson University Athletic Campus (South Carolina) and Mike Getman Soccer Camp (Louisiana).

Bollers is from Cougars FC and Wronge plays for Rosignol United FC and both are expected to depart on January 17, 2017.

This opportunity was made possible through ReelaSmc and done on invitation.

ReellaSmc is a non-profit organization based in Lawrenceville Georgia. The purpose of the organization is to offer opportunities for student athletes to try-out for academic/sports scholarships in the USA.

IN PHOTO (L-R): Ian Greenwood, GFF’s Technical Director; Mark Wronge; Wayne Forde, GFF’s President and Akeem Bollers.

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