Two young Blues sign pro forms

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Everton Academy players Delial Brewster and Jordan Thorniley signed professional contracts today, the club have announced.

Boyhood Blue Brewster committed to a two-year deal and told evertontv how pleased he was to sign on.

It is a really proud moment for me, of course it is, the 17-year-old said. I have been an Everton fan ever since I was a little kid. I have dreamt of playing for this Club and this contract is a step closer to doing that.

My whole family are Evertonians too so they are really happy for me."

Thorniley, meanwhile, signed a one-year deal.

I'm made up, the U18s skipper said. I've had a two-year scholarship and this has been the goal. I have been at Everton since I was about 10 and I have always been working towards this.

I want to now start playing regularly for the Under-21s or if not for them, then maybe going out on loan into either non-league or the Football League."


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Colin Williams
1 Posted 01/07/2015 at 18:32:56
Congratulations lads.... Now the hard work starts!!
James Flynn
2 Posted 01/07/2015 at 20:44:47
Anyone had a good look at either?
Ant Dwyer
3 Posted 02/07/2015 at 00:18:32
I’ve not seen either of them play to be honest and I’ve never heard of Jordan. Not always a bad thing mind you as we had all heard the name George Green, Anthony Gerrard, and Lundstram!

Brewster is a interesting one as he seemed to be banging goals left right and centre early on last season before going a bit quiet. Anyways, keep the Blue boys rolling in off the production line.

Dave Abrahams
4 Posted 08/07/2015 at 11:08:13
I might be wrong, but is this nine young players who have signed professional contracts this summer?

If I’m right it might be some sort of record.

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