Feeney signs pro forms

21/03/2016  5 Comments  [Jump to last]
Morgan Feeney has penned his first professional contract with Everton.

The 17-year-old defender has signed a two-year contract that ties him to the club until the end of the 2017-18 season.

Its an unbelievable feeling, something Ive dreamed about my whole life, he told evertonfc.com.

Ive been here since I was eight. Its been a long journey and only recently, when I got my scholarship, it started to become more real, with competitive games and everything that comes with that.

I didnt even think Id get a professional deal this year. My aim for this season was to start regularly for the Under-18s, so its amazing to be signing this contract.  

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Paul Ellam
1 Posted 21/03/2016 at 15:47:39
Welcome aboard, Morgan.
Anthony Dwyer
2 Posted 21/03/2016 at 23:12:38
Does anyone have any insight on this kid?
Pete Cross
3 Posted 23/03/2016 at 17:20:20
This is where we are going to miss Harold Mathews's input and knowledge.
Dave Abrahams
4 Posted 23/03/2016 at 17:53:29
Morgan Feeney has played for the U21s when he was 16, a Scouse centre-half who impressed whenever he played. I don't keep records of the posts on these threads but I think Harold did a short profile of this young boy, maybe some one on here can recall the post, it wasn't long ago.
Dave Abrahams
5 Posted 23/03/2016 at 18:23:20
Off another thread, Liam Walsh was sent off, playing for Yeovil Town, after 10 minutes last Saturday, over an off-the-ball incident. He was playing against Cambridge who had Ryan Ledson in their side, Cambridge won 3-0.

In another lower league game, Jonjoe Kenny was on the winning side playing for Oxford, who are now in a good position to gain promotion, Jonjoe has done well since going on loan, and he could also make an appearance at Wembley in the Johnstone Paint Cup Final.

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