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2018-01-20 21:25:00

Legia tests young players from the United States

Author: Jakub Mieżejewski Photo: Mateusz Kostrzewa
During the training camp in Florida, the training staff had the opportunity to look at several young players from the United States. Michael Waclaw and Brian Iloski train with the team. Legia also hosted Timothy Bielica, a talented 16-year-old whose parents are Poles.

 In the last days two players were training with the first team. The first of them is 17-year-old Michael Waclaw. The player is an offensive midfielder and his presence in training is a consequence of establishing contacts with Polish communities. The footballer comes from the Chicago area and plays in Oswego East Wolves, scoring 14 goals in 23 games.  Waclaw will probably be invited to Warsaw for tests. 



The second tested player is Brian Iloski. He is an American of Macedonian descent. He recently played in UCLA Bruins, being one of the best players in the colleague league. Thanks to a good disposition in this competition, Iloski got an invitation to Orlando on the MLS Combine. Right-winger was graduated this year and want to try in a professional football.


Legia is also insterested in two 16-year-old players - Timothy Bielic and Nicholas Slonina. Bielic is considered the best player in his age category in the central-western United States and from an early age is in the circle of interest of the national youth selection team. In 2015, the midfielder went with U14 national team to the tournament in Croatia, and in one of the matches he presented himself so well that he was in the mind of Romeo Jozak. Nicholas Slonina is a nominal defender, he performs in youth teams of Chicago Fire. Both players have Polish citizenship and will be invited to Warsaw.


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