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A time to shine, trio sign with 1st team

Cambridge City FC are thrilled to announce the promotion of three promising young talents from the youth ranks to the first team. This move not only underscores the club's commitment to homegrown talent but also signals a promising future for the players and the club alike.





Speaking of the trio, Charlie Collard, Paolo Marce-Mosig & Will Fridd – Head of Youth, Neil Midgley told us, "All three boys have demonstrated exceptional skill, dedication, and determination throughout their journey within the Cambridge City FC youth system. Their promotion to the first team is a testament to their hard work and the efficacy of the club's youth development program. We couldn't be prouder of them right now"


The decision to promote these young talents to the first team aligns with Cambridge City FC's philosophy of investing in and developing local talent. By providing a pathway for aspiring footballers to progress from the youth ranks to the senior squad, the club aims to create a sustainable model for success while fostering a sense of community and pride among its supporters.


Speaking about the promotions, Cambridge City FC's Manager, Robbie Nightingale, expressed his delight about the prospect of working with the boys. "Paolo, Will and Charlie have all shown me immense potential and dedication throughout their time in the youth setup. We believe they have what it takes to progress to the senior level, and we are excited to see them continue their development within the first team environment," Nightingale also commented how pleased he has been this season, with the development of former youth player Ed Tassell and described him as a shining example of how the Youth pathway at City is set up to create progression opportunities.


With 7 games to go, we are sure you can expect to see one or 2 cameo appearances before the end of season, for now, the boys will complete their season with the Under 18s under the guidance of Neil and Shaun.








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Mar 31

City do this every season. The lads never get any meaningful game time, end up disappointed and jaded and leave the club. Could name many examples if anyone is interested

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