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Captain Ahmed

Martell Taylor-Crossdale

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Date of birth: 26 December 1999
Place of birth: Edmonton, England
Position: Striker
International levels played at: England U18s, U17s, U16s

A striker with a consistent goalscoring record, east Londoner Martell Taylor-Corssdale has mostly featured as a front player either out wide or through the middle. He is a player from our development centre programme who played for England Under-17s and made his youth team debut in the 2015/16 season The 2016/17 season is his first as a scholar and he signed a two-and-a-half year maiden professional contract at the club following his 17th birthday on Boxing Day.

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On 10/01/2017 at 8:45 PM, Captain Ahmed said:

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Looks like a real good kid

The 18-year-old is flying in the Premier League 2 this season, among other competitions. His goal to game ratio is brilliant and if Conte needs a back up to Alvaro Morata, this youngster could be the one.

With Chelsea’s attacking options limited, a player with this eye for goal should surely be given the chance to shine by the Italian. Along with age on his side, by throwing him into the pressure pot of the Premier League so early could reap major benefits down the line.

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