Post #1
Wednesday July 22, 2015 1:09am

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Is an American striker from Ft Lauderdale and has been signed to a pro contract at Bradford. I believe he is 18 or 19 years old. People with more skills with the internet can do better than me on this one. Never heard of him before.

Post #2
Wednesday July 22, 2015 4:37am

Joined May 2013
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just wondering how does he get a work permit... im just curious about that... it doesnt seem to make sense to me unless he has a foriegn passport right?

Post #3
Wednesday July 22, 2015 6:04am

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If its not the premier league then all he needs is a foreign passport and then he will be registered to play in league one. As it is a lower league he doesnt need the work permit only if you are trying to play in the premier league do you have to have a work permit.

Post #4
Wednesday July 22, 2015 4:01pm

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I went to the same program as this kid. It's called Riasa, the program brings over young American talent over to England. They have been around for about 5 years and have had a partnership with Bradford City since their inception. I only went to the program for a year but left, I got to play with Nahki Wells though he was my flat mate while we lived in Leeds before he signed for Carlisle and then eventually Bradford.

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Post #5
Wednesday July 22, 2015 10:58pm

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I would be more excited if he would of signed with Middlesbrough or Fulham, the other clubs he was trialing with.

But still hope he develops well and makes a bigger move down the road.

Anyone know his birth year?

Post #6
Sunday February 26, 2017 8:37pm

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He's been a difference maker in the two wins for the u20s and being drafted high in the draft, it's been a good rebound for Lewis. Patrick Vieira is a good coach for him to have and he gets to set up David Villa. If he can get the playing time that is. Tomorrow vs Mexico is a big game for Lewis who has the counter attacking speed and skill to make a difference.

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