Hal Robson-Kanu

Hal Robson-Kanu is a full Welsh international who currently plays at West Bromwich Albion. Born in Acton on May 21, 1989, Robson-Kanu played for Arsenal as a schoolboy, moving to Reading following his release. After graduating from their academy, he signed a professional contract in July 2007. Robson-Kanu made a breakthrough for Reading during the 2009/10 season under Brendan Rodgers. He went on to make 198 appearances for the Royals scoring, 24 goals. Arguably the biggest moment of his career came at Euro 2016, netting the winning goal for Wales against Belgium in the quarter finals. In August 2016, Robson-Kanu signed for Premier League side West Brom.

 Position:
Second Striker
  Country:
Wales
  Age:
30

Hal Robson-Kanu

 Position:
Second Striker
  Country:
Wales
  Age:
30

Hal Robson-Kanu is a full Welsh international who currently plays at West Bromwich Albion. Born in Acton on May 21, 1989, Robson-Kanu played for Arsenal as a schoolboy, moving to Reading following his release. After graduating from their academy, he signed a professional contract in July 2007. Robson-Kanu made a breakthrough for Reading during the 2009/10 season under Brendan Rodgers. He went on to make 198 appearances for the Royals scoring, 24 goals. Arguably the biggest moment of his career came at Euro 2016, netting the winning goal for Wales against Belgium in the quarter finals. In August 2016, Robson-Kanu signed for Premier League side West Brom.