Keane Lewis-Potter, who is a winger at Hull City, is making huge waves. This 19-year-old, who is born and bred in Hull, scored five goals – in all of the competitions – to win the football club a spot in the playoffs early on in the campaign.
He is the first player, who was born in the 21st century, to represent Hull City Football Club. Lewis-Potter made his debut for the Hull City Football Club on 9 November 2019. He came on as an 89th-minute substitute for Leonardo Lopes. On 30 November 2019, Lewis-Potter substituted for Callum Elder in the match between Hull City and Barnsley.
What Is He Going To Do Next?
Although Lewis-Potter has two years left on his current contract, which finishes in the summer of 2022, with the option of it being extended by another year, Hull City football manager – Grant McCann – does not want to lose him. This means that he has started discussions early so that Lewis-Potter will not be tempted to transfer when his contract is up.
In an interview with the Yorkshire post, McCann said: “Keano is top class. He is just getting better and better and better. I’m sure he has got a target in his head in terms of goals or where he wants to be or who he wants to play for in years to come, but at this present moment, we’re delighted that he is here.”|
His Stellar Performance To Date
Lewis-Potter’s best performance, on the football field, during the current season was a match between Hull City and Middlesbrough. This was played on 2 July 2020 during the Championship (Regular Season). He earned a match rating of 6.2 with Hull City winning the match 2 – 1.
Other notable performances include matches between:
- Hull City and Charlton where Charlton won the match 1 – 0. This was played on 20 June 2020 and Lewis-Potter earned a match rating of 6.2.
- Hull City and Charlton which was played on 13 December 2019. The teams drew 2 – 2 and Lewis-Potter received a match rating of 6.1.
Both of these matches were played during the Championship (Regular Season).
His Passion For Football
Football has always been in Lewis-Potter’s blood. Just after his 11th birthday, he celebrated netting his 300th goal. In one season alone, the football powerhouse scored 128 goals! According to reports at the time, he had a ‘deadly eye for goals and bags of skill’.
Nothing much has changed since then and his star continues to shine brighter in the English football landscape. He is exceptionally private about his personal life, a feat that not many famous football players seem to get right. While it is reported that he is single, there are no other details about his personal life available – save that he is a Hull native.
This young footballer is someone who definitely needs to be kept tabs on. With his stellar performance to date, for Hull City Football Club, and him being so young, he is destined to go from strength to strength. We are holding thumbs and putting our money on him just like at a real money casino in the hope that he stays at home base for a while longer!