Ramadan Sobhy on hopes for prospects in Stoke City’s Premier League clash with West Ham



Sat, 29 Apr 2017 - 11:48 GMT


Sat, 29 Apr 2017 - 11:48 GMT

Egyptian footballer Ramadan Sobhy -  Archive

Egyptian footballer Ramadan Sobhy - Archive

CAIRO – 29 April 2017: The Premier League eleventh-placed Stoke city hosts its counterpart West Ham in today's home clash.

Ramdan Sobhy, the international, ex-Al-Ahly player who currently play for Stoke city, aims to make a first-team appearance in the match's second leg. He participated as a second-half substitute in the away match's first leg, which ended 2-1 for West Ham.

The 20 year-old winger has been excluded from Stoke City’s first team starting lineups in the previous team's face off with Burnley and Hal City. He only had a 9-minute participation with Stoke City in the matchup against Liverpool on April 8.

Earlier this month, Sobhy was nominated for Europe’s Golden Boy award.



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