Garang Kuol told 'negative' Hearts experience is learning curve as Australia boss urges starlet to show mental strength

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Garang Kuol told 'negative' Hearts experience is learning curve as Australia boss urges starlet to show mental strength

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More info Group 28 Thank you for subscribing! We have more newsletters Show Me No thanks, close See our Privacy Notice Hearts loanee Garang Kuol has been told to keep his head up by Australia boss Graham Arnold after including the Socceroos wonderkid in his squad despite his lack of opportunities at Tynecastle. The on-loan Newcastle United starlet has made just one league start since arriving in Gorgie in a blaze of publicity in January. Kuol's only starting XI appearance was in a 3-0 home defeat to Rangers at the start of last month and he's been reduced to a series of cameo sub run-outs since by boss Robbie Neilson . But Arnold - who included Hearts' teammates Nathaniel Atkinson, Kye Rowles and Cammy Devlin as well as Celtic's Aaron Mooy, St Mirren's Keanu Baccus and Dundee United's Aziz Behich - has urged Kuol to be patient. He said: "He’s gone to a league that’s a physical competition, the way Scottish football is played.

It’s going to be a learning process for the kid as well. Read More Related Articles Cheltenham horse racing results LIVE plus tips and best bets as Constitution Hill leads charge on day one Read More Related Articles Scottish Cup draw as Rangers and Celtic in semi-final repeat and Falkirk take on Inverness "For Garang, it’s about hanging in there and working hard and having that strong mentality. But this is what a national team camp can do for a young player who is going through a bit of a negative experience at their club - playing for their nation, there’s nothing more proud for him than that.” Follow Record Sport on Twitter , Facebook and Instagram for all of the up-to-the minute breaking news, video and audio on the SPFL, the Scotland national team and beyond. You can also follow our dedicated Rangers and Celtic podcast pages and sign up to our newsletters to make sure you never miss a beat throughout the season.

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