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Kyle Walker is the flying player for the England team

Kyle Walker

Kyle Walker is a 29-year-old English football player, born 29 May 1990 Sheffield, UK
He plays as a right-back defender in the Premier League at Manchester City from Tottenham.

The player chose the No. 2 shirt in Manchester City, which was worn by the French player, Curry Sanya.
He also plays in the England national football team with the same number.

Kyle Walker .. football career

Player Kyle Walker started his football career in 2008 with Sheffield United,
The player was seconded in the same year to Northampton Town Club,

He then joined the club, Tottenham Hotspur, in an eight-year deal, extending the player’s contract from 2009
Until 2017, the player was loaned for a year from 2009 to 2010 to Sheffield United.

Kyle Walker

The player performed well during the 2010 season and therefore
Tottenham summoned the player to play for the first team and actually participated in two games.

Then the player went out on loan to Queens Park Rangers for a year from 2010 to 2011,
In 2011 the player was loaned to Aston Villa,

This is in order to obtain many experiences in playing and after that, the player moved to Manchester City in the summer of 2017,
From Tontham Club to Manchester City, and the deal amounted to 45 million pounds in exchange for joining the English club.

There are rumors chasing Manchester City coach Pep Guardiola
He will leave the club to sign the French club Paris Saint-Germain at the end of this season, as his contract expires in 2020 and has not been renewed yet.

Guardiola has stated that he wishes to stay with the English club as long as possible,
provided that this is the desire of the club as well.

It is reported that doubts about its continuation became certain after the team’s results were shaken in the English Premier League
And away from the Reds competition for the lead by a difference of 14 points, as it occupies third place with 35 points
While Liverpool has 49 points, flying far ahead of the Premier League.

Kyle Walker’s achievements

In 2012 the player was awarded the Best Young Player Award, and he also twice existed in the team formation in the Premier League.

Walker played Tottenham with 228 games in all competitions and was able to score four goals,
as he reached his club for the Premier League title.

Kyle Walker

His career as Kyle Walker International

The player was called up to join the England U-19 squad,
He played as a substitute in the England and Spain match and England lost it by three cleansers, and the player then withdrew to injury.

In 2010, he participated in the 2011 European U-21 Championship
and became part of the national team, but he left the first round of the tournament.

He made his debut for England in 2011 and the match was against Spain,
which his country won with a clear goal, and participated in 27 international matches.

Kyle Walker

Also, In 2012, the player played the England match against Italy, and the England team won two goals against one goal.
In 2018, the player was called up in the 23-man squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia.

The player scored his goal against the Netherlands in June 2019 in the semi-finals
of the United Nations League, and the player was not chosen to participate in the 2019/2020 European Championship.

England coach Gareth Southgate has left the player out of the squad for the Euro 2020 Euro qualifiers,
as the coach has announced that he wants to look at other young stars.

 

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