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Jordan Older Signs 100 Goal Man, Herbert Cojulun, Major League Soccer's MLS Sueño Winner
Jordan Older has agreed to guide Major League Soccer's MLS Sueño winner Herbert Cojulun entry into professional soccer. Herbert Cojulun scored more than 100 goals in his high school career, breaking his school scoring record.
Herbert Cojulun is 19 years old and a native of Honduras with Guatemalan citizenship and US permanent residency. Herbert Cojulun scored more than 100 goals in his high school career for Brookland-Caycee High School, breaking the school's all-time scoring record and was named to the NSCAA All-South Team and numerous other county, state, and national All-Star player awards.
Herbert Cojulun already has several offers from major league teams in Honduras and Guatemala, including the reigning Honduran national champions, Real C.D. España, but hopes to play in a more traditional soccer country like Germany or Brazil. Herbert Cojulun is scheduled to report to pre-season training camp in San Pedro Sula, Cortés, Honduras with Real C.D. España in June.
Jordan Older founded King Sports Management in 2009 to give players the opportunity to play professional soccer in Europe. Jordan Older played professinal soccer in the Brazilian 1st division Serie A and Paulista Championship 1st division "Paulistão"
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