An elegant and versatile defender, Josh Passley has made great progress in his time at the Club and now stands as a player of great promise.
A key performer in the 2011/12 season’s Under-18 triumphs, the player also caught the eye while playing for the Development Squad. Having initially started out as a right-back, he has made a successful transition to the centre, showing a mature reading of play and ability to recover.
Now in his eighth season with Fulham, the youngster is a perfect example of progressing through the ranks. A player of raw talent, he could well have a bright future ahead of him.
Made his First Team debut for Fulham during the 2013/14 season in the FA Cup with Budweiser tie at Sheffield United, also playing in the Replay at Craven Cottage. Was also a regular for the Club's Under-21s, making 20 appearances in all competitions.
On 27th November 2014, Passley joined League Two outfit Shrewsbury Town on a youth loan deal until January. He returned to the fourth tier later that month when he joined up with Portsmouth on a one-month deal, which was later extended until the end of March.