Xerém: Kauã Elias e Matheus Reis são campeões com Sub-17 do Brasil

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Os dois Moleques de Xerém, Kauã e Matheus, fizeram parte da mais recente conquista da Seleção Brasileira Sub-17: Sul-Americano Sub-17.

Além do título, Kauã Elias foi também o artilheiro da competição.

A Seleção Canarinho teve ainda a melhor campanha e o melhor ataque do campeonato.

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Hulli Nagel, fisioterapeuta do Fluminense, também esteve a serviço da seleção durante a campanha.


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