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Our staff



Abraham Ajhok Kuol (CEO, Nile Football Academy & Nile Football Program)

Abraham has over 30 years experience in the football industry as a player and as a coach at national and international levels.  He has also spearheaded the development and promotion of a number of football programs in Australia and in Kenya. Abraham was the head coach of Football United Program that became a success in Sydney Australia. As a result, he was awarded a free ticket to the 2010 South African World Cup.  He also coached a group of young Australians to the FIFA 2010 World Cup Youth street soccer. Abraham also managed the South Sudanese Football Association in NSW in Australia.  The program was later developed into Western Sydney Multicultural Football Program under Abraham’s leadership.  Prior to coming to Australia, Abraham was one of the coaches at the Kenyan Ligi Ndogo Academy in Nairobi. Has played more than 400 games at international, national, provincial, district and school levels.  Abraham’s vast accomplishments are evident through the numerous championships he and his teams have won.



IMG_6821Mabior Garang Deng                                                  

Have graduate qualifications in Hotel Management, International Relations and Migration Law. He is also currently completing a Master degree in Migration Law. He is also involved in the community especially in the area of organization. As such he is the general secretary of the Western Sydney Multicultural Football Program (WSMFP), Football manager of the Ponds FC and a coach of the Bor Bright Stars team that participates in the WSMFP tournament. Our staffs and volunteers are strong examples of refugees who have overcome challenges and built successful lives in Australia. They are now sharing their knowledge, resilience and wisdom that they have gained with the community of Western Sydney, with a particular passion for supporting young people. Our involvement with the Western Sydney multicultural youth through football and other programs has given us valuable experiences to realize that football will make a very big impact on





 james HeadJames Lambert (Technical Director)
James has worked in Football for the last 12 years, working up his coaching qualification.  He is an FFA (AFC) A Licence Coach and is presently progressing through the FFA (AFC) Professional Diploma.  James also holds the National Football Conditioning Licence and SAQ (Speed Agility Quickness) Advanced International Diploma.  James’s other technical roles in football are with Marconi Stallions Football Club and he is also the Technical Director of Deaf Football Australia.  James supports coaches from around the world through various different media, working for Publisher World Class Coaching through Books and Videos (The False 9, Attacking the Barcelona Way, Attacking a Compact Defence and The Art of the Counter Attack).   James strongly believes players of all levels should be taught to play football that is pleasing to the eye, he also believes this should mostly be taught within games.  While James is a keen student of the game he is motivated to pass on his knowledge to organizations that use football to improve people’s wellbeing.





The Rev’d Samuel K Majok (Website Moderator/Media)

Working with Ingram Micro Technology (Inventory oficer) The Reverend Samuel Khot Majok, the IT manager of the Twic East Girls Scholarship Program (TEGSP), is currently a full-time student at the University of Western Sydney, studying Bachelor of Information and Communication (ICT), Working with Ingram Micro Technology and pursuing some training at Moore College to finish his Bachelor of Theology (BTh). Samuel Khot is a South Sudanese passion Minister who looks after the South Sudanese congregation at St Marks Anglican Church Oakhurst in Western Sydney. He is a very compassionate person, willing to volunteer at any time helping his community in various ways. Samuel join Nile Football Academy Team to support with website Maintaining in order to fulfil its dream of changing Children lives by improving their sport abilities and through eduction. Samuel is married to his lovely wife Rebecca and they are blessed with four children. Samuel Khot is a committed and courageous person who has inspired many of his community members in Sydney.