Huddart's off to play for Arsenal
YOUNG football star and Charles Dickens School student Ryan Huddart has a safe pair of hands.
That's why Premiership giants Arsenal have snapped him up for their young Gunners Academy training programme.
The 6ft 3in goalie has been a towering success in his career so far, moving from schoolboy football to Charlton Athletic and now he is at one of the top club sides in Europe.
Huddart, 15, has now been signed up into a full time role at the Arsenal Academy at Shenley where he will continue his studies including a BTEC Level 3 in Sports Studies, together with specialist training and development under experts.
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Huddart said a fond farewell to students and staff at The Charles Dickens School in Broadstairs who have allowed him to leave a year earlier at the end of Year 10.
Huddart said on joining the Gunners: "It is a massive opportunity. The school staff and my friends have been fantastic in their support of me and I hope to do really well."
Head teacher Andrew Olsson added: "Ryan is a fantastic talent and an excellent prospect.
"We may have another young England keeper in the mould of Joe Hart – we certainly would not stand in his way and we have worked with Arsenal to ensure his education continues."