A tale akin to six degrees of separation has unfolded for Port Kembla's Corey Gameiro during the early stages of his stint with English Premier League side Fulham. Gameiro, 16, is in England readying himself to join the Cottagers and has already impressed reserve team manager Billy McKinlay. McKinlay, who played for Fulham before moving to the sidelines, is a former team-mate of ex-Dundee United player Stuart Beedie. Beedie now coaches Illawarra Mercury Premier League side Dapto and is friends with former WCFC coach Glenn Fontana.Fontana in turn recommended the promising youngster to recruitment director Malcolm Elias while the latter was at Liverpool.Gameiro decided in July to relocate to the other side of the globe with the intent of furthering his education at a London school and working at becoming a world-class footballer.One Aussie who can already lay claim to that tag is Fulham and Socceroos keeper Mark Schwarzer, who has taken the Lake Heights junior under his wing.Gameiro started his time at Fulham's Motspur Park Academy with the under 16s on a tour of Scandinavia before playing with the under 18s and McKinlay's side.The budding striker also shared a light-hearted moment with first-team counterpart Bobby Zamora in the clubhouse."I sat down next to him at meal time and asked him what he did at the club," Gameiro said."I didn't recognise him; when he told me I told him 'we'll be playing together up front one day'."Gameiro is expected to return to Australia later this month for a brief stay before returning to Craven Cottage.