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Georgia to look for football talents in diasporas2010-06-16 14:17
"Looking for football talents in foreign diasporas!" is the message of the document, implying search for young footballers [aged 15, 16 and 17] residing abroad, and inviting them to ntional teams of corresponding age categories.gt-en-newsitem-inside
At the joint briefing in the conference hall of Lokomotiv stadium in Tbilisi Deputy State Minister for Diaspora Issues, Nikoloz Avaliani, and technical director of the national football federation, Nikoloz Chkheidze, announced on signing a memorandum on cooperation in the sphere.
The office of the State Minister for Diaspora Issues will favour establishing contacts with young footballers, residing abroad, ad their return; the Football Federation of Georgia - provide them with practice in national reams in the country.
According to tentative information, in Europe and in other continents, where Georgian diasporas are significant, live many young footballers, who can play for national teams of their motherland and in this way be given a good impetus to their sports career - Novosti-Gruzia.
"The signed memorandum on interaction and cooperation is directed at solution of these very issues, and will lead to a significant progress in training of young sportsmen and in development of Georgian football," the Federation noted.