South African young star had a back day as his Chelsea side run victorious in England.
By Okzydeboy | self meida writer
Published 24 days ago - 516 views
Josh Brooking is an English footballer who is of South African descent through his parents, he was born on 1st of September 2002 in Reading.
The young lad comes from the academy of Reading where he grew up as a boy and joined the famous Chelsea academy where he is currently based at the moment as reported by www.skysports.com.
He featured for the Chelsea under-18 side in a hard fought win over West brom in the English Premiership League under-18 encounter as reported on www.goal.com.
The young centre back received a red card inside the first half for a hard tackle, on the 35th minute to be exact.
He is a big burly defender who likes bullying defenders which is one of the reasons why he always gets send off as this was not the first time he was got red carded in the English Premiership league for under-18 players.
The young starlet has a chance to represent both England and South Africa in the future.
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