A host of players from Spain and Argentina will be showcasing their talents for the Ryman League’s scouts at Heybridge Swifts this summer.
The Ryman North club are backing a four day coaching school at Scraley Road that is being organised by their Spanish defender Guillem Ramon.
Kicking off from Monday 3 July and finishing with a match on Saturday 8 July between the trialist, Ramon is organising the event to give his compatriots and players from a number of other countries the chance to play Non-League football.
Swifts chairman Gary White is more than happy to support their defender’s initiative and is inviting coaches and scouts from around the Ryman League to head along to see the talent on show on any of the days advertised.
Ahead of the Ryman’s 2017 AGM and annual awards night on Saturday at the Hilton Hotel Wembley, he said: “It should be of keen interest to a number of clubs in the league and we are happy for other clubs to attend and see if any players interest them.
“They are coming over from Spain mainly and are looking to get an opportunity to play in Non-League football in England. If the players concerned are anywhere near as committed and talented as Guillem, then they would be an asset to any Ryman League club.”