| Ladule LoSarah|
| Ladule Samora Peter Lako LoSarah|
(1987-03-26) March 26, 1987 (age 28)
Davis, California, USA
Ladule Lako LoSarah Wikipedia
Ladulé Lako LoSarah (born March 26, 1987 in Davis, California) is an American-born South Sudanese international footballer currently with FC Inter Leipzig of the German NOFV-Oberliga.
LoSarah played at Claremont High School in Claremont, California where he co-captained the varsity team alongside current USMNT player Tony Beltran before graduating in 2005. He attended Swarthmore College, playing for the Garnet soccer team. Upon graduating in 2009 with a degree in Environmental Science and French Literature, he played for the newly formed San Diego Flash before moving abroad, becoming the first Swarthmore alumnus to play in the top division of any country.
Ladulé signed for FK Bregalnica Štip July 15, 2010 on a one-year deal and made his debut on August 14, 2010 in a league match versus FK Teteks.
LoSarah parted with his club on mutual terms and had a brief trial with FK Varnsdorf of the Czech 2. Liga who ultimately decided not to offer him a contract. He signed with his former club, the San Diego Flash, for the 2011 NPSL season.
Statistics accurate as of 12 April 2013
LoSarah announced his desire, should the opportunity arise, to represent his father's homeland, South Sudan, at the international level.
In early 2012, Lako LoSarah was named to the candidate pool for the South Sudan national football team.
After strong performances in the 2013 AFC Cup and TPL Yamaha Division 1 League, Lako LoSarah was invited to the S.S.F.A. 2013 CECAFA Cup preparation camp, ultimately being selected for the 20 player roster of the South Sudan national football team. He made his debut in a November 30, 2013 match versus the Kenya national football team.
He was born in Davis, California to an American mother and a South Sudanese refugee father, allowing him to represent either nation at the international level.