Canadian footballer Alphonso Davies launches NFT series on Twitter

The Canadian teenager Alphonso Davies has launched his NFT series, discussing the world of football on Twitter as he takes on users from North America, Europe and Asia. Davies, 18, will post a new…

Canadian footballer Alphonso Davies launches NFT series on Twitter

The Canadian teenager Alphonso Davies has launched his NFT series, discussing the world of football on Twitter as he takes on users from North America, Europe and Asia.

Davies, 18, will post a new segment every week on the social media site, breaking down the key moments from the week in a series of videos. His first post went live on Tuesday, just hours after Bayern Munich confirmed the acquisition of the Canada midfielder.

Davies has steadily risen through the ranks since signing a six-year contract with Bayern at the age of 14, and was the youngest player to appear for Canada at the Rio Olympics in 2016.

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Now having made the step up from playing for FC Edmonton to Bayern’s youth team, he has started on the bench for the Bundesliga club this season and has scored two goals in five games. He came on as a substitute for Bayern in Saturday’s 3-1 win at Mainz in the German league, with the German giants re-signing Matthias Ginter for a second spell at the club.

Bayern are currently on a five-match winning streak in all competitions under the new coach Niko Kovac, and have moved to second in the Bundesliga table on goal difference behind leaders Borussia Dortmund.

The Canadian joins several other big name players who have launched NFT series on Twitter, including David Luiz, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Eden Hazard, Mesut Özil and Manchester United’s Jesse Lingard.

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