Englands Arvin Appiah finally makes his debut in Spain

Almeria He played against Deportivo at Riazor


Almeria forward Arvin Appiah debuted in his team’s 10th game of the season against Deportivo la Coruna on Sunday.

The English youngster became the Spanish second tier’s record signing in summer, when he joined the Andalusian side from Nottingham Forest in exchange for around nine million euros.

His official debut was delayed due to a minor injury he picked up in the pre-season and he couldn’t manage to lead his team to the win against the Galicians.

Appiah, who is an English international at Under-19 level, was Almeria‘s 12th signing in the last transfer window, following the arrival of the club’s new owner Turki Al-Sheikh.

Meanwhile, Pedro Emanuel‘s men have now gone four games without a win, despite starting the 2019/20 campaign with five victories and a draw.

In their first six games of the season they averaged 13 shots per game and scored 12 goals, but a drop in form in the last few fixtures has seen them netting just four times and conceding seven times.

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