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v Crystal Palace

Wednesday 16 April K.O. 19:45

James Graham

Defender

James Graham
  • Born: 06/02/1997
  • Birthplace: Holywell, Wales
  • Nationality: Welsh
  • James Graham became a first-year scholar at Everton on Friday 28 June 2013.

    The centre-back had already spent nine years at the Blues' Academy when he signed scholarship forms alongside 13 other young Blues as part of the summer intake.

    Ahead of the 2013/14 season, James sat down with evertonfc.com to reveal a bit more about himself.

    Name: James Graham
    Date of birth: 6 February 1997
    Place of birth: Holywell, Wales
    Previous clubs: None
    Nationality: Welsh
    What countries are you eligible to represent?: Wales, Canada
    Have you made any international appearances?: Yes, 10 last year for Wales Under-16s

    Position:
    Centre-back
    What player would you say you most play like?: Thiago Silva
    What are your strengths: Composure on the ball
    What aspect of your game do you need to improve most?: Positioning
    What age were you when you joined Everton?: 7

    Favourite film: Taken
    Favourite video game: FIFA 13
    Favourite place in the world: Jamaica

    Pre-match meal of choice:
    Pasta
    Best stadium you've played at: Racecourse Ground, Wrexham
    Dream job if you weren't a footballer: Physio
    Favourite Everton first-team player: Sylvain Distin
    Boots: Umbro
    Aims for the year: To play consistently and progress

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