By Full Contact News and Views
Full Contact client and ex Arsenal youngster Reice Charles-Cook has today signed for League 2 club Bury FC.
A talented goalkeeper, 19, with great experience of Academy and NextGen football at Arsenal, and also a successful loan spell at Blue Square South level with Chelmsford City last season brought short only by injury, Reice is now ready to take the next step in his promising professional career by striving to play in the Football League.
Head of Full Contact’s Football Agency team Lee Payne explained “Reice is a goalkeeper that I believe can and will go all the way to the very top of the professional game. I have worked with many goalkeepers throughout my career, and at his age Reice is as good as I have seen. The goalkeeping coach at Bury is Fred Barber, and there are not many keeper coaches in the game with a better track record; the opportunity for Reice to be working full-time with Fred is an incredible one for him, and so we were all delighted to grab at it when it arose. The beauty of being a young goalkeeper is that you have time on your side, and I think in Bury (and with Fred) Reice has got a superb platform to develop and showcase the natural talent I know he has.”
All at Full Contact wish Reice and Bury FC the very best for the forthcoming season.
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