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Bleh Outputs Impressive Debut In Buchanan 3rd League

15-year-old Richmond Bleh was a joy to watch in the just ended National Third Division League in Grand Bassa County, Buchanan City.
The teenage winger marked his debut season with newly crowned champions, Des Moines United, with an impressive performance, contributing to 18 goals in 14 league games. He scored 11 goals and provided 7 assists to help his team clinch the championship.
Adidas, as he is affectionately called by his fans and supporters, played a very crucial role in his team’s success, as he was phenomenal and consistent throughout the league season. He showed up when he was needed the most, scoring a decisive goal during the team’s last game against former champions, Future Star FC, ending the match 1-0 to give his side all three points that earned them the top spot.
The lad who came through the youth team of Des Moines Future Academy, made his breakthrough to the senior team following his remarkable performance at the youth team where he won titles with the club and some individual awards.
He has several MVP titles to his name during his time at the grassroot level, ranging from club to community and school tournaments.
Following his performance in the league, sports pundits have begun predicting him as one of the contenders for the Most Valuable Player title.
His performance during the preseason caught the attention of the technical team of Grand Bassa County, as he got a call up to the county’s team, making him the youngest player in the county’s history to earn a spot in the squad at age 15.
His dribbling ability, perfect ball control, speed, passes, vision, and accuracy on goal, make him stand out from other youth players.
The little magician will be hoping to make name for himself at the National County Sports Meets for his county.

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