Ryan Sessegnon leads exciting teenagers facing a season of scrutiny | Richard Williams

Young English players are often mistreated but there will always be the thrill of seeing a major talent fulfilled

In the sweltering sunshine of Craven Cottage on Saturday afternoon, Ryan Sessegnon was going about his usual business of looking older than his years. A composed, even studious presence in a Fulham side preparing for a return to the Premier League with a friendly against Celta Vigo, he spent an hour working at establishing a relationship with André Schürrle, just arrived on loan from Borussia Dortmund, on the left flank, and then half an hour pushing up into the position vacated when the German was withdrawn. Everything he did spoke of the qualities that have made him one of the most admired teenagers in English football.

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