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Full Name: Zeze Steven Sessegnon
Born: 18 May 2000
Came from: Fulham Went to:
First game: 22 February 2022 Last game: 30 April 2022
Appearances: 10 (6/4) Goals: 0
Born in Roehampton in May 2000, Steven and his twin brother Ryan joined Fulham, just 3 miles from home, at the age of eight. Both progressed through the club's academy to win England international honours at all levels from under-16 to under-21, with Steven earning a FIFA U17 World Cup winner's medal in India in October 2017. (At this stage, twin Ryan, who later joined Tottenham Hotspur, was a regular in the England under-19 side.)
Sessegnon suffered an unfortunate knee injury whilst playing for England under-16s against Brazil in Florida in December 2015, but battled back to return to the Fulham under-18 side early in the following season. He was awarded his first professional contract at Craven Cottage in the summer of 2017 and made his senior debut in an EFL Cup match that August.
He established himself in Fulham's first team during the pandemic-hit 2019-20 campaign, impressing with his committed performances on the right of defence. With the Cottagers promoted to the Premier League, Sessegnon returned to the Championship on a season-long loan with Bristol City in 2020-21, where he made 18 appearances.
Sessegnon became Steven Schumacher's third signing when he joined the Pilgrims on loan until the end of the 2021-22 season, with the announcement coming just an hour before the end of the January transfer window.
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APPEARANCE DETAILS [reselect competitions]
The details below reflect appearances in all first-team competitions.
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