Former Student Makes Premier League Debut
It has been an incredible few weeks for former student Tyias Browning, who made his debut for Everton's first-team in the derby match at Anfield.
Tyias, who won Everton's Under-21 player of the year award last season, signed a three-year deal in August with the Premier League club.
Within weeks he became the first Liverpool-born player to make his debut for Everton in a derby match for 87 years, earning rave reviews from his manager Roberto Martinez, and again came on as a substitute at Old Trafford at the weekend.
Tyias has also seen his public profile increase, and helped to promote an Everton 4 Employment scheme in Huyton with teammate Phil Jagielka.
He does have some way to go before he can be considered our school's greatest Evertonian, as Colin Harvey - who played, coached and managed at every level within the club during 40 years of almost continuous service - is also one of our old boys.
Tyias joins a long list of former students to have made a success in the world of sport, as The Times' football writer - and Cardinal Heenan alumnus - Tony Barrett told his 224,000 followers on Twitter:
“Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength.”
"To anticipate and prevent or eliminate difficulties, disadvantages, etc., by effective measures."
"You cannot shake hands with a clenched fist."
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