Date: 20th November 2019 at 8:00pm
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Ebere Eze made his full international debut for England’ s-U21s in a 2-1 defeat to the Netherlands.

The 21-year-old QPR star was brought on as a substitute for Aidy Boothroyd’s men five days ago but was handed a first start for the Young Lions last night, and he played 62 minutes before Reiss Nelson replaced him.

Eze has been in sparkling form this season, and it was very pleasing to see one of our own players receive international recognition from England.

This is an important step forward in Eze’s career, and he should return full of confidence as we prepare to face Fulham on Friday.

In 16 games this season, Eze, who is valued at £4.5m, has provided six goals and four assists and seems to improve with each passing game.

He still has a long way to go to fulfill his potential, but international recognition is another promising step forward for a player who has provided us with so much joy so far this season.

Are you pleased for Eze?

Yes, It can only help us

Yes, It can only help us

No, as long as he is playing well for us who cares?

No, as long as he is playing well for us who cares?

Let’s hope he can continue his fine form in the crunch clash with the Whites this week.

 

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