One of the most promising players from Papua New Guinea, Terry Stephenson is playing for a new club in England. The 18-year-old left back joined Billingham Town FC after leaving Middlesbrough’s youth system earlier this year.
Billingham Town is currently playing in Northern Football League Division 1, one of the leagues that make up the 9th division of English football. Stephenson made his official debut in a 5-0 loss to Newcastle Benfield two weeks ago.
Stephenson, who is eligible to represent Papua New Guinea, has already been contacted by PNG Football Association to check his interest in playing for Kapuls. His presence would certainly be a great addition to the National Team.
He is not the only footballer from Papua New Guinea who is currently playing in Europe as powerful winger David Browne joined HJK from Finland earlier this year.