The Swabies continue to rely on young players. Sports director Sven Mislindat was inspired by young Alo Guyal.
Bundesliga Club VFP Stuttgart Continues Future: திறmer Farouk Bios, a talented Turkish man, leaves Fenerbahce two days later in Istanbul The Swabiers have also signed Alo Kuola, an Australian-Sudanese youth from the Central Coast Marines in Australia. The 19-year-old center is set to sign a contract with the Swabies until June 30, 2025 and is free of charge.
In the current A-League season, Quol has played in 16 games and scored seven goals.
VFP Stuttgart – Mislindat: “Guol impressed us”
“Alo Quol has attracted attention as one of the best players in the Australian A-League and has impressed us with his personality and ambition in his personal conversations,” said sports director Sven Mislindad. In Stuttgart, the Quol U21s are set to be introduced to the professional team.
The #VfB Forces aloe # Death. 19-year-old Center Forward joins Australian club Central Coast Mariners in a free exchange #VfB Stuttgart and signed a contract until June 30, 2025.
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– VFP Stuttgart (@VfB) April 16, 2021
The VFP announced on Wednesday that the midfielder has not only signed on to the BIOS, but his contract with 33-year-old captain Gonzalo Castro will not be renewed.