Kenny: 'Beating Liverpool would mean more than lifting the World Cup'

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What is preferable? Winning the Under-20 World Cup or ending an 18-year winless streak at Anfield in the Merseyside derby?

No hesitation. “Winning the derby,” Jonjoe Kenny says, snappily. “Everything I have ever wanted is win a derby. To go to Anfield to win? I don't think you would get much better.”

“Unsy was brilliant for me. He knows my game and he put his trust in me and did not take me out of the team,” said Kenny, who joined Everton as a nine-year-old. “When you get a few games on the bounce that is when you feel more comfortable and relaxed and can do what you are good at. That is what it is about. I owe everything to Unsy for believing me.”

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