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Born in Adelaide, Australia to a Greek mother and an Italian father, James Troisi was spotted by Newcastle talent scouts and invited to The Toon for a trial. The 16…
Latest research shows surprisingly that Newcastle are credited in the top 50 clubs for developing players for the Brazil World Cup.
The first meaningful contribution to the World Cup for Newcastle United happened in the early hours of Sunday, Ivory Coast recovering to beat Japan.
Following his release by Newcastle, Troisi has had spells at two Turkish sides in the shape of Kayserispor and GenVlerbigli, before signing for Italian club Atalanta and has now finally moved back to his native Australia on loan.
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