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|Full Name||Isak Ssali Ssewankambo|
|Date of Birth||27 February 1996|
|Place of Birth||Angered, Sweden|
|Chelsea career||2010 -|
|Other clubs||Lärje-Angereds IF|
Isak Ssewankambo (born 27th February 1996 in Angered, Sweden) is a defender or midfielder currently playing in Chelsea's Academy team.
Isak joined Chelsea in 2010 from Swedish club Lärje-Angereds IF, the same team that the Blues signed both Amin Affane and Anjur Osmanovic from. He has an older brother, Moses, who plays in the Swedish professional league structure.
Isak played regularly for Chelsea at Under-15 and Under-16 levels before putting pen to paper on his scholarship, lining up in both defence and in midfield. His natural position is a defensive-minded central midfielder, but in 2012-13 he typically featured in central defence for the Under-18 team before getting a late-season chance in midfield for the Under-21s.
His physical athleticism lends itself well to the more combative English game but he also regularly displayed the technique and tactical awareness in his first year as a scholar to leave many observers impressed.
Isak has represented Sweden at Under-15, Under-16 and Under-17 levels. He was a part of the 2012-13 team which became the country's first ever representative in the European Under-17 Championships and he led the way amongst all players with six qualifying assists. In the Semi Finals of the competition, he was involved in a lengthy penalty shootout against Russia where he scored his first effort but missed his second as the shootout went through every player and restarted from the beginning. The miss proved costly, as Russia prevailed and won the trophy.
He remains eligible to play for The Gambia through family heritage.
Youth, Reserve and Under-21 Football
(Statistics accurate as of the end of the 2012-13 season)
Isak is currently on a two-year youth scholarship contract which expires at the end of the 2013-14 season. However, he is likely to have a professional contract clause upon turning 17, as is the case with many overseas imports.