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Man City's Etuhu: Dickson convinced me about move north

Manchester City prospect Kelvin Etuhu admits his brother Dickson convinced him about joining the club's academy.

Dickson is now with Sunderland and a Nigeria international and Kelvin told City's website: "I didn't start playing competitive football until I was in the first year of secondary school and we went on to win the All-England Championship that year.

"That's when I was scouted by South London and I went on to represent them. A small team now called AFC Lewisham then came in for me and I played there for a while.

"After that I was scouted by Millwall and that's where I properly started my football career until my contract ran out there."

With older brother, Dickson, already with City at this point and interest growing in a young Etuhu , Kelvin decided to make the move away from London.

He continues: "I had a few clubs in the north interested in me and I felt that the right club for me was Manchester City.

"Obviously, my brother was here and there were others I was familiar with like Shaun and Bradley Wright-Phillips, so I thought it would be a good move.

"Having been to Manchester before I knew it would be a good place to come."

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