Maccabi juniors handpicked as future Socceroos

February 18, 2011 by David Weiner-Maccabi NSW
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p22_page001.jpgjordan koton.jpgHakoah Feds under-13 starlets, Brad Paikin (left) and Jordon Korton (right) are just like every other 13-year-old footballer; they live and breathe the game. The only difference is that they have been selected as one of the best 16 players in NSW.

Brad and Jordon have been selected for the Project 22 team – an FFA project that is dubbed the breeding ground for the next generation of Socceroos superstars. In each age group, only 16 players are selected, picked from thousands who trialled.

Project 22 players only train as a group. The individual players then play games on the weekend for their respective clubs. Despite being able to chose any any club at their disposal, Brad and Jordon both chose to play for Hakoah’s YDL side.

Their decision reinforces the camaraderie and friendship that is at the foundation of the Hakoah Feds Club.

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