Fulham has been one of the successful teams in England with a flourishing academy. This is obvious with the performance of their Under-18s who are on top of the league. This also reflected and the Under-23s; quarter-finalist in the Premier League Cup. This article will be looking at five top players who came out from the Whites academy. Other players of note who could follow the path of these players include Matt O’Riley, Jay Stansfield, and Sylvester Jasper, who have been having game time in the First Team. Moussa Dembele The Olympique Lyon striker joined Fulham as a 16-year-old in 2012 from Paris Saint-Germain (PSG). He became an integral part of Steve Wigley’s U18s, and he was a success for the get-go. This incredible talent gave the trickish Frenchman the cal to the first team, and he made his professional debut in November 2013 from the bench in the 83rd minute against West Ham United. With his eye-catching performance, Dembele was linked to Tottenham, but chose a move to Celtic in 2016 and thrived under Brendan Rodgers. His contribution was to a successful domestic treble, and he was the eye of Lyon. He later went back home and signed for
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