Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson has named Ghanaian teenager Jesuran Rak-Sakyi among his substitute on his final game in charge of the Eagles.
Hodgson, who is playing his last game as Palace boss, has restored the 18-year-old to his 18-man squad for the third time this season after putting him on the bench against Arsenal and Chelsea.
Sakyi, who is a regular for Palace’s U23 and U18 sides, is one of the talents who is held in high esteem at the South London club.
He is on the bench together with Ghanaian international Jeffrey Schlupp.
Englishman Rak-Sakyi, who also qualifies for Ghana, joined Palace from Chelsea’s academy and has been lauded by coaching staff for his pace, technical ability, tactical awareness and eye for goal.
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