Nelson’s Lila Carmichael and Callum Cutler will work with top soccer clubs in Europe. Photo submitted

Two Nelson players to train with European soccer clubs

Lila Carmichael and Callum Cutler are part of the Generation Adidas International program

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Two Nelson soccer players will receive elite level training in Europe this summer.

Callum Cutler will travel to the Real Madrid Foundation in Madrid, Spain, while Lila Carmichael will work with Olympique Lyonnais in Lyon, France in August after the pair were selected to participate in the Generation Adidas International program.

It’s the second straight year Nelson has had its athletes picked by the program after Moss Caney worked with Real Madrid last summer.

Cutler and Carmichael will experience elite level development through specialized training with academy coaches, international friendly matches against academy teams, and individual evaluation two of the top clubs in the world.

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