The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Webteam: February 2016
"Who is Liverpool FC teenager Ben Woodburn?" asks The Liverpool Echo
Click on the video on the right to see for yourself. (Apologies for the ad's, they are out of our control).
We of course have already highlighted the burgeoning talents of this 16 year old Tattenhall resident and former pupil of Tattenhall Park Primary School and The Bishop Heber High School in two previous articles: "Ben Woodburn Gets His International Call" (CLICK HERE to view this article) published 15.10.15 and "Ben Woodburn Scores Twice for Liverpool U18's" (CLICK HERE to view this article) published 11.1.16.
However, The Echo are now reporting on this up and coming talented teenager....
"Ask staff at the Liverpool FC Academy to pick one youngster who they are convinced will make the grade at Anfield and one name crops up. Ben Woodburn............"
CLICK HERE to read the full Liverpool Echo report and see Ben in further action!
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