Friday, 19 June 2009

Youth: Five-year old will be testing next month

Algerian sports paper Le Buteur claims that Sif Eddine Cherifi "Sisso", a five-year old Algerian football player, will travel to Barcelona for tests next month.

Sisso, who would be monitored by several European clubs, will be at Barcelona's youth academy from 12 to 27 July, after which the club will decide if he can stay. The player will be accompanied by his father. In August, he will do a training course with French club Olympique Marseille.

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19 comments:

KluivertsBoots said...

Arsene Wenger on line 1...

buj said...

How do you validate the abilities of a five year old?

Anonymous said...

this is sick,he is only 5 years old!!

NouBarca said...

wow!!! His whole family must be moving. Arsene would be fumming

barca4life said...

He may be 5 but if his family wants to move and we are willing to take a chance on them i dont see a problem. Would you tell a 5 year old catalan child that he cannot come to the barcelona academy? And hasnt the world become a global village? So why shouldnt a child from africa or the caribbean have the same chance as a child from europe?

Engineer said...

AS and Marca are claiming that David Villa is not for sale anymore, but they're both Madrid based papers.. don't know how to interpret it completely.

R10FCB said...

5 year old? why are we looking at players that young? he probably still wets the bed. i think its good we get young talented players into our youth system to become stronger, but 5 years of age is just ridiculous.

Anonymous said...

"Yes Arsene? Ah no he's not moving there, you dont have Coca Cao sorry."

sashi said...

lolz R10FCB :) :) tats hilarious. must be looking for a striker to replace Bojan when he is retiring at 34 or 35!!!

Engineer : i guess they are trying to put us also off since they aren't gonna buy Villa! sick bas****...

RUMS said...

Now think about it.

If he come to our academy, wouldnt it be WAY better than staying at his own country?

First thing is , financially he ( and his family ) wouldnt have a problem.

Secondly if he really want to be a footballer, is there any other better place you can go to ? Even if you arent barca material, you'll at least be able to make a decent living as a footballer if you graduate from our academy.

Anonymous said...

The end of the world as we knew it.

Ramzi said...

Who said we will sign no players this summer?

Noder said...

Algerian youth system becomes really impressive, just find video on youtube about 6-year old MADIN MOHAMED, he controls & driblles a ball just almost like Iniesta,

eddiethegreat said...

@ ramzi: hahahah

seriously though, this is sick!

groga said...

1. It's just a test.

2. What's the problem if he signs? He'll probably get a better education (normal education and footballwise) in Barcelona, so just be happy for the kid. I might think it's better for a kid to move when you're 5 than when you're 12 or 15.

lebanese said...

noder: i also heard of a guy called hassan ali, he is 3 years old and has a crazy long distance shot. he is from algiers.

buj said...

Lebanese, at 3 yrs old, I don't think he's qualified to be called "a guy".

Anonymous said...

@ buj lol! nice!

maxmax said...

look at his passing! we should go for him before it is too late... ;)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dgmz9I-r-bo&feature=related

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