Last summer Manor Solomon joined Fulham after a difficult year spent in Ukraine in the uniform of Shakhtar Donetsk, much of course because of the war that broke out in the country.
Already after his first game in the Kingdom, Solomon was injured and was absent from the courts for a period of five months.
Last Saturday he played 90 minutes for the first time in the cup match against Sunderland, a match that ended in a 1:1 en route to a replay.
Solomon looked great, made several successful dribbles and received compliments from his coach and the English media, including an article on Athletic, one of the biggest sports websites in Great Britain.
"Debuting in the Fulham squad took time and unsurprisingly he looks keen to make up for lost time. Solomon looks closer than Harry Wilson to challenging current first-team wingers Willian and Bobby DeCordova-Reid. It won't be easy as both are in fantastic form, but competition Increased can be a good thing," it says, among other things.
It was also written about the Israel national team player: "He looked alive against Sunderland, spinning and tangling the defenders guarding him and then digging into tight spaces with relish. He created three chances in total, including a great one for Pereira that was somehow stopped on the goal line. He got tired as the game continued uneventfully Surprising, but his bursts of talent and quick feet were encouraging. Solomon is Fulham's shining light."
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