Debut for Sasha Radovic

Tonight, the second round of the Waterpolo Premier League resumes with another clash between Sliema and San Giljan. The latter might  rope in a new coach on their bench after Karl Izzo tendered his resignation following two consecutive defeats. The first round saw the dominance of Neptunes that bagged full points with impressive wins on their nearest challengers, creating choppy waves in both the Sliema and San Giljan camps.

Exiles, on the other hand, have yet to win their first points of their campaign with four straight defeats. Ironically the final score in their debut against Neptunes was the best result obtained by the four clubs  meeting the Reds from Balluta Bay. The valiant display against San Giljan failed to materialize when our boys met Sirens in their last outing – losing badly considering the opponents – to end once again on the losers’ side.

Frenchman Romain Blary left Malta yesterday –  as originally planned – for Miami where he will join a local club to participate in a month-long tournament before he returns to his homeland to start his preparation for next season with Strasbourg.

It will now the turn of Alexander (Sasha) Radovic (in photo) to take his bow in the local game when tomorrow evening, Cousin’s boys will face an arduous task when taking on current leaders and favourites Neptunes.

A reaction from the team is expected against the strong Reds outfit.





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