Ex-Manchester United Starlet Kehinde Makes Senior Debut For Danish Club RandersPublished: August 12, 2019
Tosin Kehinde has finally made his professional debut just over a year after he departed Manchester United after refusing to sign a new contract.
The former Nigeria U23 invitee came on for Hammershøj-Mistrati for the last five minutes as Randers were beaten 1-0 by OB on game week five in the Danish Superliga on Friday night., wearing number 21 on the back of his jersey.
With the exception of the match against Nordsjaelland on August 4, the versatile midfielder has been included in each match day squad since the start of the 2019-2020 campaign.
Kehinde has followed in the footsteps of former Manchester United teammate Matthew Olosunde, who made his senior bow for Rotherham United after leaving the Old Trafford outfit.
The CD Feirense loanee went the distance as Randers lost 2-1 to Silkeborg IF in a Reserve League fixture at Cepheus on Monday afternoon.
Randers are eleventh in the Danish Superliga with five points from five matches. They face FC København on Friday.
Photo Credit : randersfc.dk
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