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Team Gullit signs 16-year-old FIFA player Olle Arbin

He joins a young lineup of players.

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Team Gullit, the FIFA esports academy established by Dutch footballing legend Ruud Gullit, has revealed that they've just signed 16-year-old player Olle Arbin from Sweden, who has just signed a two-year contract with the organisation.

Arbin has qualified for the eWorld Cup playoffs recently, earning him a spot on the Swedish national team as well. Now he joins the likes of Floris Jorna, Henrique Lempke, Julian van den Berg, and Dani Visser in Team Gullit.

"I am extremely proud that Olle joins Team Gullit as the second international talent ever. He has shown that he can compete with the best, but he needs to work on his consistency. We are convinced that our trainers can help Olle with consistently qualifying in the upcoming years,'' said Ruud Gullit.

Is Arbin a good addition to the squad?

Photo: Team Gullit

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