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Castelnovetto tries to build the players of the future at home

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Castelnovetto is expanding and starting this year a new project concerning the youth sector: the Lomellina company, militant in the First category, is trying to create its own nursery with the aim of one day being able to train at home. the players who will be employed in the first team in the future. In this first phase, thirteen children are enrolled, of which seven were born in 2013 and 2014 in the first kicks category and six were born between 2015 and 2016 in little friends.

“Currently we do not have teams enrolled in the youth championships, but with next spring we will register a team of little friends and one of first kicks in their respective tournaments – explains the manager of Castelnovetto, Riccardo Scafidi -. It is a project in which we strongly believe and which we inaugurated in the memory of Martino Cattaneo, the historic president of Castelnovetto who died two years ago, who dreamed of setting up a youth sector as we are trying to do now. We are at the first steps, but we would like to try to give continuity to this project and make it grow over time to one day get to train the boys who will be part of our senior team at home ».

An important step for Castelnovetto which inaugurated its own youth sector on the fiftieth anniversary of the foundation of the company, an anniversary that is celebrated this year. –

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