sport news How an Aussie country town came together to help youngest Socceroo ever Garang ... trends now

sport news How an Aussie country town came together to help youngest Socceroo ever Garang ... trends now
sport news How an Aussie country town came together to help youngest Socceroo ever Garang ... trends now

sport news How an Aussie country town came together to help youngest Socceroo ever Garang ... trends now

How an Aussie country town came together to help make sure youngest Socceroo ever Garang Kuol could make his football dream come true  Garank Kuol made his debut for Australia against New Zealand last week The 18-year-old is pushing to be included in the Socceroos' World Cup squad Kuol is the youngest player to be called up to the Socceroos since Harry Kewell The teenager was born in Egypt after his family fled Sudan  The Kuols then moved to Australia and settled in northern Victoria   Click here for all the latest World Cup 2022 news and updates

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Garang Kuol's mother revealed the community spirit of a country town in rural Victoria deserves credit for her son achieving his life-long of playing for Australia.

The 18-year-old became the youngest player to be called up to the Socceroos since Harry Kewell, when he was included in the squad for two friendlies against New Zealand as Graham Arnold's men fine-tune their preparation ahead of the World Cup.

And his mother, Antonita, believes none of it would have been possible without the support the family received from the local community in Shepparton.

Garang Kuol is the youngest player to be called up to the Socceroos since Harry Kewell

Garang Kuol is the youngest player to be called up to the Socceroos since Harry Kewell

'All the community around is supportive. If I can't take them [her kids] [to a game] they will take them,

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