Wau (surname)

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Nuelson Wau is a Dutch Antillean footballer. He is a defender who plays primarily as a right back. He also plays for the Netherlands Antilles national team. His first professional match was on 22 April 2000.

Nyron Wau is a Dutch footballer from a Netherlands Antilles origin, who currently plays for Lutlommel VV, in a local league in Belgium. He has experience from both professional football and amateur football in many lower leagues - where he currently plays in.

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