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FC Indiana Target New Zealand Soccer Starlet

FC Indiana Target New Zealand Starlet

LAFAYETTE, IN. USA, December 26, 2007 — New Zealand starlet Ria Percival is reported to have been added to FC Indiana’s player target list.

The 18-year old midfielder has played in all three World Cup matches for New Zealand, including a very good performance against Brazil, and FC Indiana coach Shek Borkowski is known to be extremely interested in adding Percival to his 2008 roster.

"Ria is quickly gaining international experience and confidence," said Borkowski. "She is a talented player and would be a good signing for the future."

Percival has 17 international caps and 2 goals for New Zealand.


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