Iversen, who joined Everton from Norwegian side Stord in 2017, has signed a 3-year deal at Everton, after captaining the Blues' Under-18 side to a 3rd-place finish in the Northern Group last season.
"My whole life I've been dreaming of becoming a professional footballer, so signing this contract is a great feeling for myself and my family," Iversen, 18, told evertonfc.com.
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1 Posted 09/07/2019 at 16:29:07
A young lad in a foreign country, without his family around him ( I presume) I think he has done very well so far, so carry on the way you are and you have a good chance of making a career out of football. I hope it is with Everton.
2 Posted 10/07/2019 at 01:58:08
3 Posted 10/07/2019 at 13:19:52
I'm happy to see young Iversen doing well. He talks warmly of Everton and the academy setup and comes across as being happy on Merseyside, which I hope will continue to be a boost to his development. He comes across as a well rounded, grounded kid whose focus is on football so I don't think there will be any disciplinary problems despite the extra money coming in from the pro contract either.
Hopefully he'll be able to cement a place with the U23s this season, and then maybe get a game or two for the first team within the next couple of seasons.
4 Posted 11/07/2019 at 01:51:55
5 Posted 11/07/2019 at 22:16:54
The lad has character and guts, and hopefully keeps his focus and keeps working hard.
He can do it, well done Einar!
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