El Mizouni in Tunisian Olympic Squad
Saturday, 6th Oct 2018 12:49
Academy midfielder Idris El Mizouni has been named in the Tunisian Olympic squad for a training camp and friendly with Italy on Monday 15th October.
El Mizouni, 18, has made a strong start to the season with his performances in the Blues’ U18s winning him a spot in the U23s side. Olympic football is also played at U23 level.
The Tunisian youngsters meet up this Monday for the training camp and play a friendly against domestic side Club Africain on Wednesday before they travel for the Italian match in Vicenza.
French-born El Mizouni, who joined Town as a scholar in the summer of 2017, qualifies for Tunisia via his father.
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