Josh Tymon from Hull City – a beggar among millionaires
On Saturday the 17-year-old Josh Tymon debuted in the English Premier League. The guy took part in few matches of the FA Cup, but hadn’t played in the national championship earlier.
Tymon received from Hull City a new two-year contract after several impressive matches last season. As it turned out, financial conditions of this agreement are far from the most profitable football player.
Debuting in the Premier League, Josh became one of the low-paid players in the history of the Premier League, earning only 150 pounds per week.
For comparison, injured Abel Hernandez who Tymon replaced in the first team, earns the same money each 42 minutes of his life.
The debut match in the Premier League was not so good for Josh and his team. Football player was replaced on the 68th minute and Hull lost to Sunderland with the score 0:3.