Leicester City getting fantastic respons on the development of one of their most talented players

TCF have watched Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall many times in the Leicester City U.23, and his presence have over the years been phenomenal and after each match, thinking of him as one that could make the grade and follow in the footsteps of Ben Chilwell, Harvey Barnes and Hamza Choudhury.

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He has been in and around the first team and made his debut in the FA Cup v. Brentford, and shortly after loaned out to Blackpool for the rest of the season. His presence has been phenomenal and he is well thought of by The Tangerines.

He has so far played 10 games and scored 4 goals from midfield. He got a lot of praise also after their last game v. Tranmere, despite being on the losing side. Tranmere were 2-0 up from the first half when Dewsbury-Hall scored after 58 minutes.

Blackpool are currently 13 in League One and probably too far behind in the race for a play-off position, but the presence of Dewsbury-Hall looks certain to keep them away from a relegation fight as they are seeking security in the middle of the table.

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The way forward for Leicester City is to nurse forward their best young talents and cannot see why Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall would fill an important role in the first team for the years to come, instead of signing a big money man just to have him as part of the squad.

This is great news, and shows that a loan spell out with a lower league club can work wonders as it has done for those three mentioned above. Choudhury made progress during two loan spells with Burton Albion, Harvey Barnes did great while at West Bromwich Albion and Ben Chilwell will probably give his loan spell at Huddersfield Town some importance as well.


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