This 15-year-old Canadian soccer prodigy will make a handful of appearances on American TV in November

Bayern Munich star Alphonso Davies, the 15-year-old Canadian soccer prodigy and the youngest FIFA-licensed player ever, will launch a NFT series in America on Tuesday night. Davies will be featured in segments on news,…

This 15-year-old Canadian soccer prodigy will make a handful of appearances on American TV in November

Bayern Munich star Alphonso Davies, the 15-year-old Canadian soccer prodigy and the youngest FIFA-licensed player ever, will launch a NFT series in America on Tuesday night. Davies will be featured in segments on news, sports and entertainment TV programs throughout the month.

Following Davies on TV in September and October is NFL star running back Adrian Peterson, a superstar in the NFL’s star-studded CFL. Peterson was drafted by the Minnesota Vikings in 2007, and spent the next five seasons with the team. He joined the Carolina Panthers in 2012, and signed with the New Orleans Saints in 2014. After two years with the Saints, Peterson signed with the Minnesota Vikings again in 2016.

Along with Patel in October, Davies will also appear on cable television in December: On Dec. 1, he’ll appear on NBC Nightly News; on Dec. 8, he’ll appear on The Ricochet Sports Show; on Dec. 9, he’ll appear on SportsNation; and on Dec. 10, he’ll appear on Cowlishaw & Mosley on ESPN2.

Meanwhile, perhaps Davies should expand his TV schedule next year.

Davies has released a short anime movie as part of his crossover into mainstream U.S. sports media, a film that has a clear Disney connection. According to an invite sent to media outlets, Davies’ “adventures” will play on The VOAD network, and will include helping out Mickey Mouse.

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