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Huddart Returns to Wood
Huddart Returns to Wood
Vanarama National League club Boreham Wood have announced they have re-signed goalkeeper Ryan Huddart on a non-contract basis.
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Huddart joined league rivals Bromley in October 2019. However, after less than a year at Hayes Lane, Huddart and Bromley mutually agreed to part ways in early September.

 

The 23-year-old former England Youth international keeper had experience with Arsenal`s first team having been named on the bench in the Champions` League group stages on multiple occasions – most notably against Borussia Dortmund.

 

A stand-out performer for Arsenal in the UEFA Youth League in 2015/16, before going on to work with the under-23s and the first team, he arrived as Boreham Wood’s new number one in July 2018.

 

The stopper already knew Meadow Park well, having played the majority of his home matches at the ground for the Arsenal development sides.

 

He also had previous experience at National League, having spent a period on loan with Eastleigh in 2016/17. 

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Huddart Returns to Wood
Huddart Returns to Wood
Sunday 25 October 20 I 08:56:50
Photo by

Huddart joined league rivals Bromley in October 2019. However, after less than a year at Hayes Lane, Huddart and Bromley mutually agreed to part ways in early September.

 

The 23-year-old former England Youth international keeper had experience with Arsenal`s first team having been named on the bench in the Champions` League group stages on multiple occasions – most notably against Borussia Dortmund.

 

A stand-out performer for Arsenal in the UEFA Youth League in 2015/16, before going on to work with the under-23s and the first team, he arrived as Boreham Wood’s new number one in July 2018.

 

The stopper already knew Meadow Park well, having played the majority of his home matches at the ground for the Arsenal development sides.

 

He also had previous experience at National League, having spent a period on loan with Eastleigh in 2016/17. 

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