Where are they Now?
A first team debut at 18 is a promising start under any circumstances but for Harry it was one of just a few highlights of his football career which was effectively ended by injury at the age of 22.
Former frontman Pietro Palladino is now found bringing in sponsors, dealing with caterers and ensuring fans and guests are happy on matchdays.
This summer, LFE’s Erasmus+ player placement programme has provided a dozen players with the opportunity to train and play in Sweden.
The Assessment Trial event scheduled for Thursday 12 May has been switched to Nuneaton Town FC.
Registration for players for the 2016 Assessment Trials is now open. This year’s trials are set to take place over four dates at regional venues
Eleven young players have headed out to Sweden this month courtesy of LFE’s Player Placement programme.
LFE’s Assessment Trials are back to offer those released at the end of their apprenticeship, or after a year as a professional, the chance to shine in front of scouts from the UK and abroad.
Alex Kenlock has praised the support he’s been offered by LFE and The Professional Footballers Association since being released by Notts County.
Tranmere Rovers academy manager Shaun Garnett has hailed the Assessment Trials labelling the events as “ a great tool” for players and “for recruitment.”
Paul Tyson has told LFETV about the “reality check” of playing in the Assessment Trials just days after saving a penalty to help Oldham to a 4-0 victory in The Youth Alliance Cup final.
Peter Denton may be down but he’s not out. The youngster who has been playing in goal for Rotherham United’s Under-18’s this term has just been told that he has no future with the Millers next term.
Bradford City youngster Rhys Jenkinson, has told LFETV that he wants to stay in the game at whatever level after being released by the Bantams.
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