Jaden Gosal (left)

Surrey soccer trio head to Arizona

Pacific United players selected for Wolverhampton FC camp

Three youth South Surrey soccer players are headed south this week.

The trio of 10-year-olds – Jaden Gosal, Hugo Patel and Jeevan Badwal – were selected recently to take part in the Wolverhampton Wanderers’ US National Academy camp, set for Arizona.

Three three youngsters play for the new Newton-based Pacific United Soccer Club’s Elite ‘06 team, and were selected for the Arizona event after attending a camp in North Delta last month.

The Wolverhampton Wanders FC are a professional English club that compete in the second highest tier of English football.

The Arizona academy selects the top youth players from across North America from a field of more than 20,000 players, according to a Pacific United Soccer release.



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