Kurdish teenager plays for several European football clubs


25/12/2019 21:59:00
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Osama Talib is a Kurdish teen who left Kurdistan to Europe as a refugee back in 2017, since then he has started his football career there. 

 

“Upon arrival to the refugee camps in Romania, agents from the camp asked us about our professions and skills, for me, I was always good at football, and it was always my dream to become a professional player, So I told them about passion for football, a month later, I got contacted by “Dinamo București” a football club in Romania.” Osama Told PUKmedia in a special statement. 

 

Osama explained that he had played for “Dinamo București” for seven months, but due to living conditions he had to leave to Germany. 

 

After settling in Germany, Osama contacted “FC Augsburg” and continued his football career there for one year, Osama added. 

 

“I left Kurdistan because in Kurdistan football players have no future, and it does not provide an atmosphere in which football players can improve their skills and build their career.”

 

Osama now plays for a Belgian football club “K.A.S Eupen U18”, and he wills to be able to join one of the Italian football clubs in foreseeing future. 

 

 

 

PUKmedia  Farzad Bilal


 

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