Cape Town City have confirmed a ‘groundbreaking’ partnership with Serbian giants FK Partizan, which will have a number of elite African talents moving abroad in the coming years.
The delegation of FK Partizan, led by deputy general manager Milorad Nikolić, director of the Youth School, Vanja Radinović , as well as deputy Goran Arnaut, visited South Africa at the invitation of the owner of Cape Town City, John Comitis, and the CEO, Michael Comitis.
The FC Partizan delegation visited with the desire to expand cooperation and enable African talents to make the move to Europe.
In addition to football talents interested in developing a career in the Partizan Youth School, the cooperation is also open to players of appropriate profiles who would be interested in joining the Partizan senior team.
‘FK Partizan’s groundbreaking cooperation with Cape Town City Football Club is under way, as the delegation from Belgrade visits South Africa for the first time,’ City announced in their statement on the club’s official Twitter account.
‘The cooperation will see a number of elite African talents move to Europe in the coming years.’
FK Partizan’s ground breaking cooperation with Cape Town City Football Club is underway, as the delegation from Belgrade visits South Africa for the first time.
— Cape Town City FC (@CapeTownCityFC) June 7, 2021
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