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Examples of "kelvin_etuhu"
Appleton made his first permanent signing by getting Kelvin Etuhu on a free transfer after Etuhu spent eight months in jail for carrying out an assault outside a Manchester casino in February. Following Portsmouth's fall into administration, Appleton insisted that he would not walk away from the club, vowing to "fight on until the end".
On 16 June 2012, Mido agreed a deal with English Championship side Barnsley, subject to a medical. His move was completed on 21 June 2012 when he signed a one-year contract with Barnsley. Mido made his league debut on 10 November 2012 as a substitute for Kelvin Etuhu in a 1–0 home defeat against Huddersfield Town. On 31 January 2013 he was released by mutual consent along with defender Lee Collins.
Appleton commented that he may lose up to 18 players of his current squad in the 2012 summer transfer window as the club adapted to life back in League One. On 4 May, Portsmouth defender Jason Pearce joined Leeds United for a fee around £500,000, being the first player to leave the club. Next to leave was trainee Joel Ward, who joined Crystal Palace for a fee around £400,000, which followed by Stephen Henderson joining West Ham and Kelvin Etuhu joining Barnsley. Soon, Hayden Mullins and Aaron Mokoena were both to leave Portsmouth and joined Birmingham City and Wits University respectively.
However, Riley's debut was delayed over hamstring injury he sustained in training until he made his debut for the club, where he came on as a substitute for Kelvin Etuhu in second half, in a 1–0 loss against Accrington Stanley on 27 January 2015. Riley, however, was sent-off in the 49th minutes after making a challenge on Tom Newey, in a 2–1 win over Northampton Town on 21 March 2015. After serving three match ban, Riley made his return, playing as right-back against Shrewsbury Town on 14 April 2015 and scored in a 1–0 win to confirm the club's qualification to the play-offs. Eventually, Riley helped the club finished third place, therefore promoted to League One automatically. In his first half of the season at Bury, Riley made seventeen appearance and scoring once.
On 10 October 2007, Fernandes made his Manchester City debut after coming on for Elano in the 89th minute in a 1–0 victory over Birmingham City. He scored his first goal in a 2–0 victory against Newcastle United on 2 January 2008, after coming on as a substitute for Stephen Ireland. It took just 40 seconds for Fernandes and Kelvin Etuhu to combine for the former to finish from the edge of the box. Fernandes scored his second goal in the 1–3 loss to Arsenal at the City of Manchester Stadium. Vedran Ćorluka took advantage of a Gaël Clichy defensive error, who slipped in a pass into the six-yard box for Fernandes to tuck home. The goal was not enough to secure any points for Manchester City, but showed the City fans that he was also capable of having an eye for goal like fellow youth midfielder, Michael Johnson.
On 19 January 2012, Etuhu signed for Portsmouth, who he had been training with for the past two months, until the end of the season. Michael Appleton, who was then the manager, backed Kelvin Etuhu to shine at Portsmouth and seize a second chance of a football career there. Etuhu made his debut in the 3–2 defeat to Cardiff City on 21 January 2012 and played a starring role a week later in a 3–0 victory at Peterborough United. Following his debut for Portsmouth, Etuhu suffered a hamstring injury. During his time at Portsmouth, they went into administration for the second time in 2 years. On 27 February 2012, Etuhu extended his stay by another month having been given the green light by the Football League. Etuhu scored his first Portsmouth goal in his side's 4-1 victory over Birmingham City at Fratton Park on 20 March 2012.