Alou Kuol’s meteoric rise through the ranks of the Australian football landscape is complete.
The star of the Central Coast Mariners will leave the A-League at the end of the current season to move to German club VfB Stuttgart. It’s an 18-month hurricane for the talent of the former Goulburn Valley Suns.
Kuol quickly moved from bullying the National Premier League to slicing top teams like a hot knife through butter after initially joining the Mariners Academy earned its streak before advancing to the big leagues.
But this latest – and much speculated in recent weeks – advance in Kuol’s career is by far the biggest and most exciting.
« As a club, are we are very proud of Alou and that through our academy we gave him the opportunity to leave his mark in the A-League and now to move to a big club in the Bundesliga, « said Mariners soccer boss Ken Schembri in a statement today Eve.
« Alou is a product of our scholarship program that is supported by a number of partners, including Anton Tagliaferro. Thanks to everyone involved for their continued support, particularly Mike Charlesworth for his continued support of the club.
» We believe that we now have a number of young people in our academy pipeline who are capable of achieving great things in the future. We are also continuing to seek the best young talent available in the country. «
Kuol’s transfer will take effect after the end of the current A-League season. The Shepparton product has to be completed on home soil before the campaign is over – starting tomorrow night with a clash against Western United.
« GV Suns are so proud and honored to have been part of Alou’s football development and education for the past seven years, » the Suns said in a statement, which was released earlier this month as speculation about Kuol’s upcoming overseas signing became feverish.
« As a club that focuses on providing the best possible training, development and improvement for young players, we were excited to announce the To financially support the development of Alou and three of his younger brothers with full scholarship positions in the association from the beginning. « Our program. »
Kuol’s younger brothers G arang and Teng are also in the A-League, with the Mariners and Melbourne Victory.
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