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Shaun Bartlett appointed the Tournament Ambassador for the 2012 Nestlé MILO Champions Tournament

Johannesburg,  25 May 2012 – Former Bafana Bafana striker, Shaun Bartlett aged 39, has been appointed by Nestlé MILO as the Tournament Ambassador for the 2012 Nestlé MILO Champions Tournament.
Shaun’s appointment marks the fifth year anniversary of the Nestlé MILO Champions Tournament and unites his love of football and children, with Nestlé’s passion for sports development and vision of a healthier lifestyle for children in South Africa.

Nestlé MILO is proud to have Shaun Bartlett on board as the tournament’s ambassador because he is a role model to many children in South Africa who aspire to build professional careers by playing the beautiful game.  In recognition of his role in football and the impact he has on the lives of these youngsters, Shaun also runs his own football academy for children, called ‘The Shaun Bartlett Football Academy,’ which uses professional guidance in football development and training as a gateway to impart life skills and encourage academic aspirations.

“Shaun truly understands what it means for children to lead a healthy lifestyle, not just through sports, but also through eating healthy nutritional food, and that is what makes him the best choice as the 2012 Nestlé MILO Champions Tournament ambassador. At Nestlé, it is our vision to encourage children to lead healthier lifestyles, both nutritionally and physically,” comments Kelly Wainwright, Nestlé South Africa Marketing Manager for Beverages.
All provincial champions can look forward to seeing Shaun at the National Finals in September where some of South Africa’s best U13 players from across nine provinces will compete against one another for the number one spot - to represent South Africa at the 2014 MILO African Champions Tournament.  Thus far, one school from KZN and Limpopo provinces have each qualified for the National Finals, and the countdown has begun for seven more schools from the remaining provinces to qualify for this exciting football spectacular in their young lives.

“This is a great opportunity for me to continue to do what I’ve been doing – making sure that I can develop young talent in South Africa, and also teach these aspiring footballers how to lead a healthy lifestyle.  I think that the younger you teach these boys that what you put into your life is what you get out; the more they will carry it as a life lesson throughout their whole lives.  So I really am honoured to be the 2012 Nestlé MILO Champions Tournament ambassador, and I hope I will be able to instil and inspire the boys to live and play positively – on and off the field,” says Shaun Bartlett, Nestlé MILO Champions Tournament Ambassador for 2012.
SASFA President, Mr Mandla “Shoes” Mazibuko also expressed his pleasure ahead of the National Finals at having Bartlett as the Tournament Ambassador for 2012: “Shaun is one of South Africa’s best known footballers, locally and internationally, therefore it is only fitting that he should be appointed as the Nestlé MILO Champions Tournament for 2012 because he commands a lot of respect from these young, up and coming footballers.  Shaun is a true inspiration and we at SASFA and Nestlé welcome him on board with open arms.”