Leon Osman is an England international football player who currently features for the English Premier League club Everton. He is a midfielder and is the vice-captain of Everton.
Osman developed through the youth academy of Everton and was hailed as one of the gems. He made his senior debut for Everton in 2000 but didn’t settle at Goodison Park until he had spent two separate loan spells at Carlisle United and Derby County.
Osman has been a regular at Everton since 2006 and has been making great progress. He has played in almost 300 league matches for the Toffees and is now considered an important player for the team.
Osman made his international debut for England on November 14, 2012 against Sweden in a friendly international that the Three Lions lost 4-2.
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