Interview with promising youngster Anthony Bugeja

Following his two month training stage in Hungary we asked promising young player Anthony Bugeja some questions:

First of all Anthony wanted to thank his mother and all his family along with the Committee of San Giljan ASC and Head Coach Karl Izzo. He also wanted to thank Ryan Sciortino who helped him to establish a contact in Hungary and helped him to settle down once he was there. Anthony also thanked Matthew Zammit for his ongoing support.

When asked to point out a difference between local waterpolo and that he experienced in Hungary he commented that he noticed a more serious approach by the players and an important factor he found worth noting is that players generally train twice a day, morning and evening.

Anthony added that he feels that he learnt a lot from this experience even on  a personal level. He also feels that he improved his waterpolo skills and was also exposed to new machines used in gymn training.

Finally, Anthony shared with us his ambitions which are those of becoming a prominent player in the local scene and perhaps even make it to play abroad. His dream is that of playing for all his career where he started it off , with San Giljan.

We wish Anthony the best of luck as we trust that all coaching staff and Club administration will do their utmost to make his dreams come true.