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Tuesday, 17 July 2012

Zak Gilsenan, "The Next Messi" From Ireland?

Barcelona officially pursuing a Irish boy named Zak Gilsenan. Nine years old boy from Dublin who had lived in Australia will be joining the football academy that gave birth to the alien, FCBEscola Football Academy.

From The Sun, the father of Zak said:

"We live in Australia when Zak is monitored by the Spurs, who then held a 'football camps' there. We originally wanted Zak to go to Spurs, but then there is a call from Barcelona. One former player they saw Zak playing for Oz [Australia] and recommended him for Barca.

"They [Barcelona] to offer internships to Zak last May and it was an amazing experience. He competed with more than 400 children from around the world. Zak asked to come again in June, when the selection of participants to 90 people lived.

"Then when the game against the best 16 players, Zak performed brilliantly and scored seven goals. He was phenomenal. Then two weeks ago we heard them [Barca] provide a place for Zak [at the academy Barca].

Well, fans of the Republic of Ireland which appear extraordinary at Euro 2012 and now have new hope for the Green Army football. The next decade, they will no longer be the butt of your opponent can play football and tiki-taka, not the long ball style of old English is today. Moreover, other Zak boy age, Joe Patrick Finn, also recently joined Real Madrid. Yeah, the future is ours! Cried the Irish fans.
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