2019 FCV Alumni update
2019 FCV Alumni update
Posted Thursday 11th July 2019

Zelfy Nazary was selected for the Afghanistan national team ahead of their FIFA World Cup Qualifiers.

Robbie Green kept his place in the British Virgin Islands national team, starting in the CONCACAF Nations League C.


Midfielder Emmanuel Oyeleke helped Port Vale to an unbeaten start in their 2019/20 Sky Bet League Two campaign.

JUNE 2019

Having made 33 appearances for Port Vale during the 2018/19 season, Emmanuel Oyeleke extended his contract with the Sky Bet League Two side to keep him at the club until 2021. Read more…

Kyle de Garis was part of the Guernsey national side that finished runners up in the 2019 Island Games and kept a clean sheet on his debut.

Zelfy Nazary switched to Western Pride FC in June and came on as a substitute for the Afghanistan national team in an international friendly against Tajikistan.

APRIL 2019

Kyle de Garis was named as Goalkeeper of the Month for March in Total Motion Midland Football League U21 West division.

MARCH 2019

Rudolf Blagogee scored for Sporting CP’s junior team.

Kyle de Garis helped Kidderminster Harriers U23 wrap up the Total Motion Midland Football League U21 West division title. Read more…

The British Virgin Islands included Robbie Green in their squad for their CONCACAF Nations League qualifiers for the second time; he marked his first full 90 minutes with two assists against Turks-Calcos.


Now with Skelmersdale United, Oliver van Veen returned to action ahead of schedule after sustaining a serious injury in an Evo-Stik League match against Kendal Town in December, which had forced the match to be abandoned. Welcome back Ollie.

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