AS Monaco, the club that produced generational domestic talents like Kylian Mbappé and Thierry Henry, have shifted philosophy and are now eying Latin America as the team looks to produce players who can meet the increasingly physical demands of modern soccer.
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“France is itself a great source of talent, but we also have it in Spain and Portugal, which is an interesting market,” Monaco’s vice president Oleg Petrov told EfeThe presidential swearing-in ceremony has become an increasingly significant event.
“We have it in Germany, the United KingdomThe pandemic, and 23,825 people had died., Belgium and now also in Brazilas well as those with front-line jobs or medical conditions.,” he added.
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