The sixteen-year-old told the press of his delight of joining Canterbury United.
Yes, I have taken some steps down the pyramid. But Canterbury came and told me they wanted to make me the centre piece of the team – how can I refuse that? Any player, at what any level, would find that attractive. And also, to be a part of this club’s history – the first ever signing and to take part in the club’s first season is a truly special thing for me. I am honoured.
Ronnie is a class act. I watched him play for a youth team a few years ago, while I was doing my badges, and I was astounded by the talent, he’s a special player with lots of ability both on the pitch and off – he’s a nice lad – and I am looking forward to working with him in many successful seasons ahead – hopefully!
Being so young, sixteen – just finished my GCSEs – and moving here is a big thing, but if I want to succeed, I need to adapt quickly and learn to make it where I want to be.