Football Aboudou twin brothers in Portugal for observation training |17 September 2021
Two young footballers, Aboudou twin brothers ‒ Assad Rynno and Afandi Rynno ‒ have left the country for Portugal for observation training at the Clube Desportivo (CD) Trofense training centre.
Assad Rynno Aboudou and Afandi Rynno Aboudou play for La Digue-based side La Passe. They will spend three months at the CD Trofense training centre where they will not only train but also take part in matches.
According to the Seychelles Football Federation, it is understood that clubs in Portugal would come to the centre to observe the young talents from different countries and if they are good enough there is a possibility for them to sign professional contracts.
Clube Desportivo Trofense, commonly known as Trofense, is based in Trofa, Portugal. Founded in 1930, they play in Segunda Liga, holding home games at Estádio do Clube Desportivo Trofense, with a capacity of 5,074 spectators.
This is not the first time the twin brothers are being exposed to high-level training.
In November 2019, they trained for two weeks with VfL Lohbrügge in Hamburg, Germany. They were accompanied by another young player, Achille Esther.
Sports NATION wishes the twin brothers good luck!