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04-Jun-2012  
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Team Finatrade at the Samsung Corporate League
 
 
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Finatrade Group of Companies will soon be awarded the Team of the Month of May for its outstanding performance in the Samsung Corporate Football League.

The Team of the Month prize is awarded to a team that has produced exceptional results, shown great respect to the rules of the competition, and has exhibited true sportsmanship and fair-play on thefield of play.

The Finatrade team has impressed the Samsung Corporate Football League by winning three games, and receiving the least number of yellow cards.

The team will face off with Professional Football Association of Ghana (PFAG) team featuring famous ex-footballers George Weah and Marcel Desailly. A win against FPAG will see Finatrade moving to the top of the Samsung Corporate Football League.

The Finatrade football team is made up of members who are employed by different Finatrade companies. They are led by team manager Elias Daher; Assistant Manager Joseph Sfeir; Couch Elie El-Khoury; Captain Nabil Soltani and Vice-Captain Hassan Turky.

Finatrade Chairman, Nabil Moukarzel, and CEO Ramzi Nahas, are extremely proud of the teamís success, and would like to encourage all Finatrade employees, partners and clients to join them in congratulating the team.

The Samsung Corporate Football League which consists of twelve teams drawn from various corporate institutions in Ghana is aimed at fostering strong relations between the participating institutions.
 
 
Source: Xfm95.1/ Accra/ Ghana
 
 

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