Fikayo Tomori is one of four African-born players that made the grade at Chelsea in the mid 90’s. Before he was even famous, he worked his way up through the youth team at Chelsea, starting at eight years old. Fikayo Tomori a great father was born in Nigeria but he was actually born in Calgary, Canada where Fikayo spent three years playing soccer. Fikayo started to play soccer at a low level but when he was fifteen he went on to train with Ghanaian side Millwall. Fikayo started to gain some first team football action when Ghanaians were invited to the England national team residency camp in Austria in the summer of 1996. Fikayo Tomori impressed Ghana coach Mark Webster enough so that he was given a senior squad spot the following season.
Fikayo Tomori has been ever present presence since he first joined the senior England team in 1996. He has won two English cups and also qualified for the 2021 World Cup. Fikayo Tomori’s impressive net worth at the time of this article is comfortably in the top twenty player lists in world football.
Fikayo Tomori has played a key role in the English youth academy system which has produced some world class performers since its inception in 1997. The likes of Ashley Cole, Michael Boateng, John Terry and John Ruddy have all come through the ranks at the academy system of Chelsea. As with many young footballers from Canada, Fikayo Tomori has gone on to play for club and country both. During his time with the England national team he has become known for his goalscoring prowess although he has not been able to win any major tournaments.
As an individual Fikayo Tomori has tried to follow a different routine than most professional footballers. Despite being a young footballer with limited playing time, he has remained relatively private about his personal life despite being a well sought after commodity in the football industry. Most players will be expected to live a relatively public life especially while they are still playing football. Fikayo Tomori has been different. Fikayo Tomori chose to live a relatively quiet and private life out of view of the media while playing football. This has allowed him to develop a strong and supportive relationship with his own fans in both Japan and England.
Fikayo Tomori is now in his second season in the England youth league. During the second half of the season Fikayo Tomori has impressed many onlookers with his performances both domestically and internationally. With regular appearances in the U20s and with Toulon Eggen’s retirement due to injury Fikayo Tomori has established himself as a starter for manager John Stones. Fikayo Tomori’s maturity and commitment to his soccer education have impressed supporters in England and abroad.
If you want to follow the exploits of Fikayo Tomori or if you simply want to know more about the Japanese youngster then why not go online and search for the player. You can check out his official Instagram account which is filled with beautiful pictures of Fikayo Tomori playing football. If you prefer to keep up to date on the latest news and buzz around Fikayo Tomori and his new team then why not sign up to one of the many free Instagram accounts. Fikayo Tomori is now available for all to see on Instagram and can interact with fans and followers on the site. He even posts videos of his team mates and other players giving their views of the game and situations in which they find themselves. Why not take advantage of this golden opportunity before he moves to Europe and sign up to one of those reputable youth clubs?