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Youngster Kennedy Joins Blues

Kilmarnock winger signs three-year deal.

Youngster Kennedy Joins Blues
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Everton have signed promising youngster Matthew Kennedy from Kilmarnock for a nominal fee.

The 17-year-old winger has penned a three-year deal and will join up with Alan Stubbs’ Under-21 Reserve squad.

The Scotland youth international has impressed in the SPL since making his bow as a 16-year-old.

That debut came against Hibernian in November 2011 after he had forced his way into the first-team picture with an impressive pre-season.

Kennedy, chiefly a wide player, has been used as an emergency frontman in Kille’s opening games of the 2012/13 campaign after injuries to the club’s regular strikers.

In all he has made 14 appearances for the Rugby Park outfit while also starring through the age groups for the Scottish youth international sides.

Having represented his country at under-15 and under-16 level with considerable success, he has been a regular for the under-17s, making 13 appearances and scoring four times.

Patrick MooreTen years on, Oor Davey has built a squad to compete with the best. Welcome aboard Matt, in another ten years, you`ll look back on this as one of your best ever decisions.

Saturday 1st September 13:44 Report Comment

Susan LoughranThe best club on Merseyside - don't you mean the best club in the world

Saturday 1st September 11:17 Report Comment

Ron MorganMatthew, it's a grand old team to play for!!

Saturday 1st September 09:27 Report Comment

Jesper KervinWelcome to the people's club Matthew. Good luck!

Saturday 1st September 07:51 Report Comment

Chris Mackrellgood luck to all and all the best for todays game . COYB

Saturday 1st September 05:33 Report Comment

Victor TaySorry it should be Matthew!

Saturday 1st September 04:26 Report Comment

Stephen EvansBide your time young man and you will be amongst the great scotish player to have worn the jersey

Saturday 1st September 01:34 Report Comment

gary ebdonwell done moysey another great signing to add to a great team its about time people spoke about everton and not the teams we play ,we can win the league so coyb be positive good luck com on

Friday 31st August 23:18 Report Comment

simon mcgarrygetting really excited with the team moyles and the board putting together go kenwright

Friday 31st August 22:43 Report Comment

peter mayNever thought we would sign so many quality players in this transfer window. If we can keep most of the squad fit, then a champions league place is definitely on ! Well done Moysey and Bill. NSNO.

Friday 31st August 22:42 Report Comment

Syl CordisWelcome to the peoples club,hope you enjoy your stay with us look forward to seeing how you develop under the guidance of Davy Moyes . IMWT

Saturday 1st September 01:39 Report Comment

Kieran O'MalleyDoes he play on the right? We could have a replacment for old Hibbo after moyes developes him in a year or 2 if he is. COYB

Friday 31st August 22:32 Report Comment

Peter RogersRight winger who can play upfront too I think.

Friday 31st August 23:29 Report Comment

Welcome to Everton, Matthew! The Best Club on Merseyside. COYB!

Friday 31st August 22:26 Report Comment

James RinglandWelcome lad. look forward to seeing you play.

Friday 31st August 22:16 Report Comment

Gavin SmithWelcome to the people's club that is finally waking up! Nsno

Friday 31st August 22:16 Report Comment


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