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Juventus Academy to hold training camp in Malta this week

Young players take part in the Juventus Academy camp. Photo: Michael Bonello Ghio

Juventus FC will be holding a football training academy in Malta throughout the next five days.

A total of 120 boys and girls will be joining this unique event, in what will be the first-ever training camp by the Italian champions in Malta.

Throughout this intensive pre-season training camp, Maltese children will have the opportunity to savour the “Juventus way” of training, an approach which combines technical aspects with mental, emotional and interpersonal ones.

The Juventus’ academy prides itself of focusing on style of play, technical ability, tactical prowess, the mental factor as well as an emotional and skill factor, supported with a sense of sacrifice, courage and collaboration between the team.

A Juventus Academy coach speaks to young participants at the Luxol St Andrews Stadium. Photo: Michael Bonello Ghio

The training academy will be administered by four Juventus coaches who have years of experiences offering such programmes in the four corners of the world on behalf of the famous White and Black football giants.

The young stars will be divided into smaller groups for individual attention, with each named after one of their Juventus’ idols.

These include Pierfilippo Zanichelli, Antonio Delfino, Nicolo Sarti, three Juventus Academy Coaches as well as Giuseppe Cedro, the Head of Juventus Training Experience project for the past three years.

This camp is being held at Luxol St Andrew’s football grounds.

The Juventus Training Camp has found the kind support and sponsorship from Anchovy, VisitMalta.com, Elmo Insurance, Corinthia St George’s Bay, Singular and Jeep

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