Former Spanish football player David Via I am convinced that it is only a matter of time before the player develops in Puerto Rico Wearing the shirt of a club in the major European leagues.
You first have to continue to develop talents from an early age, and this is where the Bayamon-based DV7 Academy staff come into play. It also has a presence in New York, San Diego (California), Vancouver (Canada), Santo Domingo (Dominican Republic), Hong Kong (China) and Tokyo (Japan).
“I have no doubts because the talent is all over the world. More and more people are willing to work and it’s a matter of doing a good job helping those boys who have a special talent to get the best possible exit either through Puerto Rico, Madrid or the United States.. This is where we are so that we can bring the largest number of professional footballers to the best tournaments,” Villa shared.
The Spaniard explained that they are in the process of completing work to establish a specialized school in Madrid, where players from all the preparation centers of the DV7 Academy will be able to attend to have some rich experiences. Villa’s plan is for Puerto Rico to take the necessary steps to bridge the gap with other countries in the region that are more advanced in player development..
“This is where we are. We are preparing another project, which is the opening of the DV7 Academy in Madrid, which will be a high-level facility for footballers who live not only in Madrid, but all over the world. There will be housing to live with a school so that the boys can play football Football, they live the experience, they learn football and they study in the same school. We see a lot of talent in Puerto Rican footballers and this is clearly the way for the boys to reach the highest level and give them access to another part of the world so that they can also improve themselvesVilla said.
Villa plans to make regular visits to Puerto Rico to provide direct support.
“I love coming to the island which is important because we support our grain of sand All the work that Bayamón FC residents do every day,” he concluded.