Garang Kuol signs pro deal with Mariners

Central Coast prodigy Garang Kuol is not heading abroad simply but, as a substitute signing a two-year skilled contract with the Mariners.

Kuol, 17, has been tipped for giant issues since capping off an electrical debut A-League Men season by lighting up the A-League All Stars match towards Barcelona, incomes reward from coach Xavi.

But reasonably than be a part of 20-year-old massive brother Alou Kuol, who performs for VfB Stuttgart in Europe, Garang will intention to develop additional underneath Nick Montgomery and assistant Sergio Raimundo.

“Monty and Serg have had belief in me since day one which something I will never forget,” Kuol stated.

“I just want to be playing consistently and I am very excited to be here alongside a great bunch of boys and can’t wait for next season,” Kuol stated.

“This is only the start for me and I am keen to develop more, learn more and become a better player under Monty and Serg.”

Montgomery initially coached Kuol within the Mariners’ academy and introduced him by means of for his debut, the place he scored within the FFA Cup earlier than regularly constructing into the ALM season.

“What he has achieved in this short space of time doesn’t surprise me as he is a massive talent,” Montgomery stated.

“Garang isn’t fazed by anything and is very level-headed which is why he made Barcelona seem like an easy assignment and, in the process, being an inspiration for all kids in this country.

“It gave our membership nice satisfaction to see him make the match his personal.

“I look forward to working with him for the next two years at the club and developing him further to become one of the A-League’s most exciting talents in a long time.”

Elsewhere, Western Sydney have signed Democratic Republic of Congo worldwide Yeni N’gbakoto for the upcoming season.

N’gbakoto, a winger, most lately performed for Nancy having featured predominantly at Metz, whereas additionally having stints at Queens Park Rangers, Guingamp and Panathinaikos.

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