Unsigned Sport Stars


Kane Louis

Sport Played

Football (Soccer)





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Sporting Goals

Striker/Attacking midfielder…

Awards / Achievements

Kane Louis (born May 21, 1990 born in Brighton) is an English football player of Spanish and St. Lucian descent. He is a very creative and clever player who plays as a striker or mainly attacking midfield. Louis is the son of the late Tommy Louis and is currently unsigned.

Louis began his career at Brighton & Hove Albion after being signed on a 2-year scholarship. Kane put in some vital performances for the Youth and Reserve sides’. He scored a hat-trick for the Youth side against Southend United, he then netted four times against Barnet FC as the Youth won 9-0.

Louis was at BHA from the age of 9 until 18. Along the way people stood up and took notice to his tight precise first touch, close control, quick feet and creativity. Former BHA Youth Team manager and England Schoolboys boss (having coached the likes of Jermaine Defoe, David Bentley, Ledley King, Joe Cole and more) Vic Bragg, once compared Kane to the England and Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney. After a youth team game against Luton Town FC. After the match which Kane had played close to his best, Bragg was to have quoted “Kane plays with positivity, he was the only one who was out there today, if he works hard with his ability, he has the potential to be the next Wayne Rooney”. Bragg nor fellow assistant Martin Hinshelwood were not known to give off heaps of praise unless well earned. Specialist in Creating something out of nothing.

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