A very interesting information just filtered into the newsroom of www.totorinews.com that Joseph Loro, a defensive midfielder with Ojodu City Fc of Lagos has earned a call -up to the senior national team of South Sudan.
Standing at 6f.7inches, the defensive midfielder captained the South Sudan U-20 team at the AFCON U-20 tournament in Egypt early this year, where he performed optimally at the tournament, little wonder that the 19 year -old has been considered worthy of playing for the senior team by the South Sudan Football Federation.
In a chat with www.totorinews.com, Chairman of Ojodu City FC, Adesola Sonde said the club is happy with the development of Loro, especially with his invitation to the South Sudan senior team for the 2026 World Cup qualifying games this weekend.
“Ojodu City FC is glad to hear this good news. This is a dream come true for the young player. We are glad to be part of his development after signing him and we hope that this is the beginning of better fortunes for him,” Sonde said.
Joseph Loro in action for Ojodu City FC of Lagos
He added: “Every football wants to play at the FIFA World Cup and getting invitation for the qualifiers is a morale booster for the career of any footballer.
“We wish Joseph Loro well at his first international call- up and hope for the best in days to come.
At the backend of the club, the chief scout, Paul Ogunlaja gave a deep insight about the young midfielder, as he revealed that the young midfielder is on the verge of creating a legacy for South Sudan football.
“He has the potentials and attributes of a footballer that will his own beautiful history of South Sudan football,” Ogunlaja said.
“There is no doubt that he is going create his own legacy and become a football icon in South Sudan. He has good attitude on and off the pitch. A definition of a leader on the pitch and a marvel to watch,” he added.
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