Harrogate Railway Juniors have proudly announced that three of their U-14s players have been offered contracts with professional clubs.
Harrogate Grammar student Neil Patience has signed a contract with Bradford City, Dom Tear who attends St John Fisher has signed with Huddersfield Town and Albert Ibrahimi who attends Harrogate High has been offered a contract with Huddersfield Town.
The boys have played with confidence all season, and have demonstrated great quality and skills, playing for a team packed with quality players who all play for each other.
This has given the lads a great platform to showcase their obvious talents.
“The lads have worked extremely hard over the last few weeks at their respective trials and have done themselves and Railway very proud,” said U-14s manager Ray Green.
“On behalf of the club and the U-14s team we want to wish the lads the very best for the future.”
Albert Ibrahimi has played for Harrogate Railway since he could first kick a ball at the age of six while Dom Tear joined the club from Knaresborough Celtic the season before last.
Neil Patience joined Railway in 2010 when his family relocated to Harrogate from Scotland.