Habibie’s Grandson Will Practice in Brazil for Four Months
The grandson of former president BJ Habibie, Rafid Habibie, is planned to train in Brazil for four months. This is confirmed by President Borneo FC, Nabil Husein Said Amin, who will send five players to join top Brazilian club Cruzeiro Esporte Clube.
Rafid is included in the five players. He will be in Brazil with four other colleagues at the clubs dubbed Pesut Etam, Terens Puhiri, Wahyudi Setiawan Hamisi and Rizal.
The five players will train alongside the club in Brazil’s premier league, Cruzeiro Esporte Clube. Nabil deliberately sent the five players to gain valuable experience.
“The five players will depart after the League 1 competition ends,” Nabil said.
“They will be training for four months at Cruzeiro,” he continued.
Nabil told, the five troops that can play in the country of Samba thanks to former Borneo FC coaching staff, Jaino Matos. Jaino talks with one of the agents, Fabio Barbosa, who knows the management of Cruzeiro FC so they can get in there.
“So it’s an offer from Jaino Matos and Barbosa We agree because this is also a valuable experience for our players,” Nabil said.
Concerning the costs to be incurred, Nabil did not want to disclose. He claimed not to question it despite having to spend a lot of money.
“We pay because there can also facilities and reportedly Persija Jakarta players also want to go to Cruzeiro,” said Nabil.