By Full Contact News and Views
Freddie, 21 next week, has put pen to paper on an 18 month contract and leaves the club he has been at throughout his career to date. A prolific goalscorer at youth, u18 and u21 level, Freddie made six appearances in League One as a substitute and with first team opportunities at Colchester likely to be limited the move to the Harriers is a fantastic opportunity for Freddie. He is no stranger to the Conference Premier division, having previously had brief loan spells at Woking and Nuneaton Town. For footage of Freddie’s last goal in the Conference Premier division click here.
Lee Payne, head of Full Contact’s Football Agency team, said “Freddie is in my view an extremely talented striker, and I think Kidderminster have acquired a real, long-term asset. It is a great move for both parties, and what Freddie needs now more than anything is some stability, time to develop and blossom in to the effective first team player that I know he will be.”
Dan Chapman, senior partner of Full Contact, also commented “We would like to place on record our thanks to Colchester United for making this deal achievable, and as a club they have acted with class. We know they think a lot of Freddie, and are slightly reluctant to see him move on, but they recognise that the opportunity to get more game time is a huge one for Freddie and have allowed it to happen.”
We wish Freddie all the best as he begins a new stage of his career at Kidderminster.
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