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FilGoal | News | One of them was born in Egypt.. the story of 3 Africans in Australia’s World Cup list

FilGoal | News | One of them was born in Egypt.. the story of 3 Africans in Australia’s World Cup list

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The list of Australia called up to compete in the 2022 World Cup witnessed the presence of 3 players of Sudanese origin.

The players are: Garang Kaul (Newcastle United), Thomas Deng (Alberix Niigata, Japan), Auer Mabille (Cadiz, Spain).

3 different stories carried 3 refugee families to the banks of the Murray River in Australia and from there to the world to participate in the most prominent tournament in the world of sport.

Find out the full list of the Australian national team

Garang Kaul (forward)

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Kaul was born in Egypt to a father and mother who hold South Sudanese citizenship, and at the age of six he moved with his family as refugees to Australia.

The 18-year-old started his professional career with Australia’s Central Coast before moving to Newcastle United early last summer.

Cowell has participated with the Australian team since joining last year in 11 matches, scoring 4 goals and making another.

Cole played his first international match for the Australian national team against New Zealand.

Thomas Deng (Defender)

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Deng was born in Kina to a South Sudanese father and mother, and at the age of six he moved with his family as refugees to Australia.

Ding began his professional career with Melbourne, Australia, before moving to Japanese club Alberix Niigata.

This season, Ding participated in 8 matches with Albirex Niigata in the J-League.

Ding played two matches for the Australian national team, against Kuwait and New Zealand.

Auer Mabel (Striker)

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Mabel was born in Kina to a father and mother who hold South Sudanese citizenship, and at the age of eleven he moved with his family as refugees to Australia.

Mabel began his professional career with Adelaide United, Australia, before arriving in Spain’s Cadiz last summer.

This season, Mabel participated in 5 matches with Cadiz in the Spanish League.

Mabel has played 28 matches for the Australian national team, scoring 7 goals and assisting two goals since he was called up in 2017.


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