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Everton: Matthew Foulds finds new club with the help of Dennis Wise

Everton: Matthew Foulds finds new club with the help of Dennis Wise - Everton Transfer Rumours

Matthew Foulds, who was released by Everton in the summer, has found a new club with the help of Dennis Wise, as per the Liverpool Echo.

According to the outlet, the 22-year old has joined Como in Serie C with the the help of former Premier League star Wise, who is reportedly working with the team.

Foulds joined Everton under Roberto Martinez

Indeed, Foulds joined the Merseyside club in January 2016 under Roberto Martinez after making two senior appearances for boyhood club Bury.

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However, the left-back did not manage to play in a single game at Goodison Park for the senior side, although he did win two Premier League Under-21 titles under David Unsworth.

Everton right to release Foulds

Everton were probably right to release Foulds given that the Toffees may not have been able to guarantee that he would break into the first team under Carlo Ancelotti.

With the likes of Lucas Digne and Niels Nkounkou currently operating in the left-back role under the Italian, it would probably have been a struggle for him to get regular game-time in the senior side.

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At 22 years of age, the Englishman will surely want to kick-start his career now, and Como may be able to offer him the playing time that he needs.

Nonetheless, while it did not quite work out for Foulds at Goodison Park, he now has the opportunity to potentially show Everton what they could be missing if he moves on from Merseyside.

Evertonians, was it the right decision to release Foulds? Comment below with your views!


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