Adelaide United’s rising star Awer Mabil has been named in the Young Socceroo squad for a camp in Sydney next week.
Adelaide United-s rising star Awer Mabil has been named in the Young Socceroo squad for a camp in Sydney next week.
The 18-year-old Reds attacking midfielder is part of a 23-man squad selected by Young Socceroo coach Paul Okon.
Mabil, born in Kenya, has been one of the breakout stars at Adelaide this season with his pace and skill catching the eye.
The squad also includes Brisbane Roar-s former Nike Chance contestant Devante Clut, Newcastle-s Michael Kantarovski and Wanderers teenager Daniel Alessi.
The team will train in Sydney next week and play Sydney Olympic in a friendly on Wednesday night at Belmore Sportsground.
Squad for the Sydney camp 23-26 March
Daniel Alessi - Western Sydney Wanderers Shannon Brady - Brisbane Roar Jordan Brown - Melbourne Victory Brandon Borello - Brisbane Roar Devante Clut - Brisbane Roar Shayne D-Cunha - Western Sydney Wanderers Jacob Esposito - Sydney United Alusine Fofanah - Western Sydney Wanderers Michael Kantarovski - Newcastle Jets Awer Mabil - Adelaide United Thomas Manos (G/K) - Western Sydney Wanderers Marc Marino - No current club (former AIS) Stefan Mauk - Melbourne Heart Chris Naumoff - Sydney FC Mark Ochieng - No current club (former AIS) Luc Pavlou - Brisbane Roar Phillip Petreski - Melbourne Heart Luke Radonich(G/K) - Perth Glory Jaushua Sotorio - Western Sydney Wanderers Jordan Thurtell (G/K) - No current club (former AIS) George Timethiou - Belconnen Blue Devils Ben Warland - No current club (former AIS) Riley Woodcock - Perth Glory
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