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13-Year-Old Da’vian Kimbrough becomes youngest pro in US Soccer

By Reuters
12 August 2023   |   4:27 am
13-year-old Da’vian Kimbrough signed a pro contract, making him the youngest player in American professional team sports. Kimbrough signed on the dotted line for Sacramento Republic, who play in the United Soccer League. The USL is the second highest level of professional soccer in the US, behind Major League Soccer.

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