Kenyan Player Onyango On The Bench For Everton Against ManCity
By WillyKim | self meida writer
Published 8 days ago - 5252 views
There was some positive news as a Kenyan born player was named in the squad to face Manchester City in the English Premier League fixture.For those not in the know,Tyler Onyango is born of Kenyan parents and currently lives abroad.
He recently signed his first senior professional contract with Everton fc.He was even promoted to the senior team after rising from the youth ranks.We continue to monitor his situation at Everyone.However as a youngster,he is still not set to get aot of game time as many would think.We just have to take our expectations one at a time.Tyler Onyango was named by Carlo Ancelloti on the bench to face league leaders Manchester City.He was on the bench alongside Coleman,Andre Gomes,Benard,Jay Rodriguez,Josh King and Fabian Delph.
Everton lost their last match against Fulham and expectations are high on this match.Upto the time of publishing,the match had not been played.Tyler Onyango might be the second Kenyan to represent us in the English Premier League in recent times after Harambee stars captain Victor Wanyama.We wish him well.
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