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Polish keeper Przemyslaw Luksik has become the latest recruit to join the AFC Youth Academy - after being spotted at the Shell Dons in The Community Soccer Academy during the summer. Przemyslaw was on holiday visiting his sister in Aberdeen in July and, knowing he was a budding goalkeeper, she picked up a community leaflet and enrolled him in the Academy to stop him becoming bored while in Scotland! While there, he worked with Youth and Development Goalkeeping coach Jim Phimister who was greatly impressed.

 

Subsequently, Luksik has now relocated to Aberdeen to stay with his sister and the Dons have cleared all the paper work, enabling him hopefully to join the U19 team full-time when he leaves school, having enrolled as a fifth year pupil at the city's Harlaw Academy last week.

 

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Genius......

 

Common sense says that a little trip out to Poland and picked up some bruiser to mind our nets would be the sensible thing.  Wages surely wouldn’t be a problem?  They should find it easy enough to settle in the city and make themselves a local hero with the new population flooding in and there’s a few thousand more barmen / plasterers / joiners through the gates each week right there which will also benefit the club.

 

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From Redweb 061008

Polish keeper joins Youth Academy

Polish keeper Przemyslaw Luksik has become the latest recruit to join the AFC Youth Academy - after being spotted at the Shell Dons in The Community Soccer Academy during the summer. Przemyslaw was on holiday visiting his sister in Aberdeen in July and, knowing he was a budding goalkeeper, she picked up a community leaflet and enrolled him in the Academy to stop him becoming bored while in Scotland! While there, he worked with Youth and Development Goalkeeping coach Jim Phimister who was greatly impressed.

 

Subsequently, Luksik has now relocated to Aberdeen to stay with his sister and the Dons have cleared all the paper work, enabling him hopefully to join the U19 team full-time when he leaves school, having enrolled as a fifth year pupil at the city's Harlaw Academy last week.

 

Jim, who played in the Highland League for many years with Deveronvale, works full time at the club as part of the Youth Academy set up. He told RedWeb how he came across the young Pole who is away with the Poland U17 squad next week.

"Normally the way we find players is if they play for a club and we spot them. However there is also the route through the community coaching programmes. As well as the development coaching I still help out at the Soccer Academy every year.

 

"He is an outstanding prospect. He has done some shooting exercises with the first team and did not look out of place.  

 

Sound's a great signing for AFC, albeit saying he did not look out of place during shooting exercises with our first team ("strikers") disnae say much  :thumbsup:

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From Redweb 061008

Sound's a great signing for AFC, albeit saying he did not look out of place during shooting exercises with our first team ("strikers") disnae say much  :thumbsup:

 

Fingers crossed, nice to have a good bit of news regarding AFC at the moment, despite only looking good as you said, in front of our first team "strikers"! ;) But having said that, do our players not fly through training anyway  ;D

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