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Goodbye Italy: The Fantunes go to Monaco

Posted on 14 December 2010

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For same days now, the rumor have been bouncing from one end of the world to the other: from Orlando to Milan, from the great five- star halls hosting international tournaments  to the more or less exclusive  Roman  clubs. The    Fantunes have applied for residency in Monaco (Monte-Carlo) and will  team up with Zimmermann – Multon together with the two Vikings Helgemo – Helness in what is going to become one of the strongest national teams in the world.  

The confirmation comes from an article published yesterday on the Norwegian magazine “Bridge i Norge” entitled “The Helgeness will play for Monaco”. Helgeness stands for Helgemo and Helness as Fantunes stands for Fantoni e Nunes. Tor Helness depicts the outline of a very clear project: He and his partner have taken the residence in Principality of Monaco  and within two years (from 2012) they will play for Monaco national team with the Fantunes. Claudio Nunes e Fulvio Fantoni have just applied for residence there.

source:Bridge i Norge  &  BridgeTopics.com

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