Archive for June, 2017

Josh Tymon close being a Stoke City player


Josh Tymon is close to being announced as a Stoke City player, Tymon who only turned 18 last month and has already started for Hulls first team. Many of the Premier League clubs have scouted Josh during last season, Howevever Josh is ready to make the break and we are told he has now committed his future with Stoke City FC.

Born in Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, Tymon joined the Hull City academy at the age of twelve and became a regular for the club’s under-18s at the age of just fifteen.[2] For the 2015–16 season, Tymon became a regular for the under-21s and began training with the Hull City first-team.[3]

Tymon made his professional debut for Hull City on 30 January 2016 in the FA Cup against Bury. He started the match and played 80 minutes of the 3–1 win at Gigg Lane.[4]

On 19 November 2016 Tymon made his Premier League debut against Sunderland at the Stadium of Light.[5]

On 7 January 2017, he scored his first goal for the club deep in added time after coming on as a substitute for Adama Diomande in the 2–0 FA Cup home win against Swansea City

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