Feyenoord will team up with Orange County SC, a soccer club from California that plays in the second level in the United States. FC Rotterdam reported this on their website. Both clubs will share their knowledge in areas such as talent development, scouting and innovation.
“I know Orange County very well from my time in America,” says Dennis T. Cloesey, Feyenoord’s general manager. “It is an ambitious club that has proven its strength in talent scouting and is also making great progress in the field of digital development and football innovation, and we, as Feyenoord, are very interested in it. I am convinced that this cooperation will really benefit both clubs. It can help even more.”
Oliver Weiss, Senior Football Affairs Director and General Manager of Orange County, looks proud to be from the United States. “The fact that a famous football club like Feyenoord wants to work with us is a great appreciation for our way of working and focus on developing talent. Working with and listening to Feyenoord will strengthen us in the field of football methodology and technical knowledge. This is also important for us,” Wes said on the Eredivisie leader’s website. A nice entry into the European football scene.”
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