August 5, 2022 By Cyrille Ndongo-Keller Off

Newsletter T3/W4

Dear Parents,
I am pleased with the positive strong response have received with the introduction of the Mini Soccer Cup competition. As we make our way into the final month of the the very short Saturday winter competition, keeping the current routine is crucial in making sure that our players keep developing. This weekend our Advanced Academy players will have the opportunity to discover the highest level of football development and preparation when they visit the UK as part of our advanced football development experience. From Manchester to London, players will be exposed to a range of high level individual development opportunities including games over the 2 weeks. On the training field the learning process continue with every training session as players settle and start to feel at home. From term we will be able to send the Mini Mongo players back home earlier with the introduction of our Mini Mongo 3.30pm training sessions. As we continue to strive to build an inclusive culture and values within the training environment for our players, coaches and parents, we thank all the parents who commit their precious time to volunteer in supporting the programs activities. Together we are stronger! See you on the pitch.



England’s Ella Toone and Chloe Kelly score to win Euro 2022 final

England beat Germany 2-1 after extra-time to win Euro 2022 on home soil.

It is the England Women’s team’s first major trophy and the first victory for the country at a major football tournament since the men’s side won the 1966 FIFA World Cup.

Goals from Manchester United’s Ella Toone and Manchester City’s Chloe Kelly secured Sarina Wiegman’s side a deserved victory against eight-time European champions Germany.

And the 2-1 victory was played out in front of a record crowd of 87,192 at Wembley Stadium, beating the highest total recorded in either the men’s or women’s editions of the tournament.