Summer signing will get better and better
Everton youngster Josh Bowler will get better and better after a tough start to his Everton career according to under 23’s boss David Unsworth.
The 19 year old signed from Queens Park Rangers last season in a deal that would reach £4m and although the youngster struggled with the move at the start, he has pushed on in recent months and now his qualities are showing through.
“You can see now the ability we saw,” Unsworth said.
“He came in and we had to get him up to speed and he struggled, we’ve got to say it how it is.
“He struggled to get up to the tempo and speed of it and he didn’t get the run of games his performances in training were showing.
“He’s had to be patient. He’s a great lad, a great pro and what he’s done in the last couple of months is he’s got himself in the team, he’s stayed in the team and though he’s nowhere near the finished article you can see the quality and the skill, he’s a game-changer.
“He can go past people, he’s someone who will get better and better.”
Will Bowler go on to play for the Everton first team?
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