Timmy Abraham, younger brother of Chelsea’s Tammy, is currently on-loan at Bristol Rovers.
The 19-year-old was a product of the Charlton Athletic youth academy, but joined Fulham’s in 2017.
He’s since been working his way through the youth ranks at the club, and after an impressive stint in the development squad in the first-half of the season, he was issued his first loan-deal.
Fans were excited to hear the news of Abraham joining Bristol Rovers.
They have a lot of faith in their current crop of young players and Abraham looks as promising as any – he shares a lot of the same traits as his brother, with a lot of physicality to his game making him a powerful, robust forward.
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Abraham though is yet to start a game for the Gas. He’s made four substitute appearances in League One over the past few weeks but has failed to score.
He’s shown promise in the game-time he’s been given but at 19, and with the likes of Jonson Clarke-Harris to compete with, substitute appearances might be the best that Abraham can hope for right now.
Ben Garner’s side look safe from relegation so when and if the season resumes, Abraham might be granted a few more opportunities. Fulham fans rate him highly and believe he can be one of a host of young players who’ll one day break into the Fulham first-team.
Scott Parker doesn’t necessarily favour the young but he gives them chances, and if Abraham can catch his eye then he’ll surely hand him his Fulham debut some time next season.