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The FIFPro Tournament 2010, for professional players searching for a new contract, has been won by France. The Team UNFP beat Spain in the final in Rijnsburg, The Netherlands, 2-0. The French talent Romain Dedola was awarded Best player of the Tournament.


Spain suffered an early (and controversial) red card, awarded after a penalty foul. France did miss the penalty kick, but in the end Team UNFP beat the ten men from Spain. The French goals were made by Romain Dedola, who was awarded Best Player of the FIFPro Tournament 2010, and Shiva Star N'Zigou (photo).


The tournament was visited by a great number of clubs and scouts from 11 different countries.
 

 

Spain-France 0-2

Score: Dedola 0-1; N'Zigou 0-2. 

Spain: Calleja; Choco (Losada), Adrián, Dani Marin, Juan Fran; Neftali, Carpintero, Gurendez, Manu Sánchez; Ismael, Arnal.

France: Vallaurio; Mendy, Thomas, Haaby, Viator, Y. Gomez, Paass (Monney), Dedola, D. Gomez, N'Zigou. 

 

Team UNFP's captain Samuel Allegro lifts the cup