Vote Ryan Ellis to win a Samsung Pro Contract
Samsung Pro Contract
The Samsung Win A Pro Contract competition is all about un-earthing undiscovered talent. After completing the registration form, there are four stages of trials before three players will win a one-year professional contract with either Swindon Town, Leyton Orient or Wycombe Wanderers.
Not only will they both become fully-fledged professional footballers, they will also be thrust in to the limelight as they are followed in their first season by a Sky Sports series. They will also be receiving their very own endorsement deals with brands such as Goals Soccer Centres, EA Sports and Samsung Electronics.
These young football stars will go from park footballers to professional footballers within a matter of weeks!!!
Wing back, winger, striker – Dudley college
[blockquote cite=”Ryan” float=”left” align=”left”]”I’m 17 from dudley westmidlands, my first ever memory was kicking a ball, I can play a number of positions striker winger also wing back because of my pace. I currently play for my college team because that’s the only football I can play at the moment because I’m working hard on my course at college. Hopefully I can get enough votes to make my dream become my job, because I have been so unlucky with my football, I’ve broken my knee and I just haven’t been able to get to were I want to be in football because of what’s happened in my life. I hope you all vote for me because this would be an amazing opportunity and I could improve myself so much, I wouldn’t let you down, many thanks Ryan.”[/blockquote]
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