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FIFPro received news from Sweden, Brazil and Denmark about former FIFPro Tournament participants. Three players who attracted a lot of attention during tournaments in Europe or America have found a new club.

 

Adnan Cirak was picked as Best Player of the FIFPro Winter Tournament, organized in Norway, January 2013. The Swedish forward scored all the goals for the Swedish players' association SFS team and helped them clinch the tournament title.

 

In February, Cirak signed for Stockport County, an English Conference Premier League club (fifth division). Since the 22-year old Swede joined The Hatters in February, he has played nine matches and has scored one goal.

 

Angelo Ramon Miron Santos (Ramon for short) was voted Best Player of Torneo FIFPro América, organized in Peru in January 2013. The midfielder impressed during the tournament with his technical skills and his talent for keeping possession of the ball.

 

Ramon recently signed a contract at Sport Clube Atibaia, a club from the fourth division of the São Paulo state league. ‘It was an opportunity that came up,' Ramon told FIFPro. ‘My objective is to find a place for myself in professional football. This is a great club and I have to say I am satisfied with this chance. I will use this opportunity that God has given me to grow as a professional footballer.’

 

Phillip Lund was a member of the Danish Spillerforeningen Team that took part in the 2011 FIFPro Tournament in The Netherlands. He was one of the most prominent players in the 2011 edition.

 

Last week, Lund signed a contract at Seattle Sounders, a Major League Soccer club from the United States of America. The 23-year old midfielder earned a contract after participating in a preseason training camp. ‘Phillip is a hard worker who can play multiple positions,’ said Sounders sporting director Chris Henderson. ‘His fitness is good, his technique is good, and he looks to shoot whenever he gets the chance.’

 

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