This Jordanian Football Player Might Join La Liga

Football player Oun Al-Lozi is a great success story we should all be proud of. Exceptionally talented from a young age, especially in dribbling, pace and free-kicks, Oun was appointed captain of the Under-17 Jordanian national team, and then appointed captain of Jordan’s Under-19 national team.

At just 19 years old, he already has a great record playing for Al-Ahli. He has a total of 29 goals from 16 games, and has always scored in every game since he began playing. His talents have captured the attention of the Spanish football league, La Liga, and he has now been signed on to join Deportivo La Coruna on a trial basis until January 30. If he manages to impress, he might be offered a permanent contract and become the first Jordanian to play for La Liga.

The attacking midfielder has recently completed his studies at Swansea University in Wales, and has previously declined to join two other international offers to finish his education. We wish him good luck in the future. And whether or not he does truly succeed in La Liga, he has already made Jordan, and the Arab world, proud.

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