Stoke City supporters in the Transfer Tavern have taken to Twitter to react to the news that Julien Ngoy has signed a new five-year deal.
Our resident Stoke fans have opted to turn towards social media to respond to the latest club announcement, that 19-year-old, Julien Ngoy has agreed on a new contract with the Potters.
The Belgian winger has been a Stoke player since 2013 and has amassed six appearances for Mark Hughes’ side, five of which have been made in the Premier League.
Ngoy is a member of Belgium’s under-21 team, and he has pledged his future to Stoke until 2022. He also represented Belgium at various youth levels, including the under-16’s and the under 17’s.
In addition to amassing invaluable experience on the international stage, Ngoy has impressed for Stoke’s under-23 team, and he was named as the Premier League 2 player of the month for his impressive performances in March.
These are the best responses that Twitter has to offer.
If only there were some kind of phrase, maybe even hashtag, to promote the idea of playing this young man, @wizardsofdrivel any ideas?
— Tom (@sussexstokie) September 29, 2017
Now let's give him a run in the side
— Martyn Hordern (@mhordern1) September 29, 2017
Congrats Julian, well deserved, work hard and you'll achieve your goals!
— Kevin Cruickshank (@kevcruickshank) September 29, 2017
So Julien gets a pic and mention on the clubs twitter but nothing for @Charlie26Adam
— Andy Parr (@AndyP_17) September 29, 2017
Hurry back young man, we need you ⚽️
— TheGasman (@alankirky1) September 29, 2017
good to see, hard work paid off now should be playing in the first team
— Simon Sanderson (@siscfc) September 29, 2017
“They’re gonna put me on the wing again, aren’t they?” pic.twitter.com/HtMN5uIOQQ
— M9R (@Matt9Roberts) September 29, 2017
— Simple Si (@SimpleSi_Bets) September 29, 2017
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