Tyrell Robinson Wiki
Tyrell Robinson (born 16 September 1997) is an English professional footballer who plays as a left back and left winger.
Tyrell Robinson Early Life
Tyrell Robinson Born in Basildon, Robinson is ‘best mates’ with former Arsenal teammate Alex Iwobi
Tyrell Robinson Career
Robinson played youth football with Arsenal, joining at the age of seven. He turned professional in January 2015, and was released by the club in February 2017. After a trial with Watford in April 2017, he signed a one-year contract with Bradford City in May 2017. He made his senior debut on 21 October 2017, appearing as a substitute in a league match; this was followed three days later by a start in an EFL Trophy game. He scored his first goal for the club on 18 November 2017, and was praised by manager Stuart McCall. In January 2018 he signed a new contract with the club until summer 2020. Later that month he stated that the new contract would not impact on his form. At the end of his first season as a professional, where he scored 3 goals in 26 appearances in all competitions, he was named Bradford City’s ‘Supporters’ Trust Under 23s Player of the Year’. He also commented that his football was still developing.
Tyrell Robinson sexual activity with a child
He was suspended by the club on 16 August 2018, with immediate effect; no reason was provided. The next day he was arrested on suspicion of sexual assault. On 28 September the club confirmed that Robinson remained suspended. He was sacked by Bradford City on 24 February 2020 due to gross misconduct, after police announced charges against him.
It is claimed that Tyrell Robinson, 22, of South Ockendon, Essex, committed the crime in Bradford in August 2018. He has also been charged with a charge of making an indecent image of a child and two charges of distributing an indecent image of a child. Robinson will appear before Bradford magistrates on April 7. Bradford City FC said in a statement that Robinson had been fired by the club.
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