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01 December 2009 :: 14:12:36 pm 5833

Bangkok Glass Sign Brazilian Striker From Melbourne Victory

Reports from the Australian A-League side Melbourne Victory announced that Brazilian striker Ney Fabiano has reached and agreement with Thai Premier League outfit Bangkok Glass FC.
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Bangkok, the 1st of December 2009 [Pattaya Daily News]: The transfer of Brazilian striker Ney Fabiano from Melbourne Victory to Bangkok Glass FC was announced earlier this morning, with the transfer taking effect immediately.

Fabiano age 30, was originally recruited to Melbourne Victory from the Thai Premier League outfit Chonburi FC. During his time with the A-League side he managed a return of 6 goals in 30 matches for the club, but has recently been continually omitted from first team action. Mr. Gary Cole, the Operations Manager for Melbourne Victory stated that the player and club have separated on good terms, with Fabiano requesting a transfer so he may gain regular first-team football.

Mr. Cole stated; “We would like to thank Ney Fabiano for his contribution to Melbourne Victory and wish him all the best as he embarks on the next stage of his career,” further adding that, “Ney loves Melbourne Victory, but at the same time he wants to play regular first-team football and we understand that.”

Fabiano paid tribute to the Melbourne Victory faithful and spoke fondly of the support that he has received since his arrival at the club in July last year. Fabiano graciously thanked the Melbourne fans saying, “I would like to thank so much the Melbourne Victory supporters, they are fantastic and I will miss them, but life is life.”

Previous reports suggested that Fabiano had a close affinity with the Melbourne based club, with a statement made on the announcement of his departure confirming this; “Part of my heart will stay in Melbourne forever because Melbourne Victory has been so important to me, I am sad to be leaving, but I am a professional, and my life will now continue in Thailand.”

Reporter : Harry Roberts   Photo : Internet   Category : Sports News

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