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Wiles-Richards signs two-year contract

Goalkeeper Harvey Wiles-Richards has signed a new two-year contract with City.

The shotstopper has agreed a new deal, having been involved with the first team this season and training with Dan Bentley, Max O’Leary and Jojo Wollacott.

Wiles-Richards was on the bench for City’s 0-0 draw with Blackburn Rovers in the Sky Bet Championship and he has helped the Under-23s win this season’s Professional Development League South.

The 18-year-old joined the Robins following a successful trial period in the 2019/20 season after coming through Bath City’s college programme, and he played in the National League South for the Romans.

City’s Player Pathway Manager Brian Tinnion said: “Harvey is another one of our promising players who has really benefitted from game time with the Under-23s and exposure to the first team environment. He has progressed well under the coaching of Pat Mountain and Ali Hines and we are looking forward to him developing further over the next few years.”

✍️ Watch: Harvey Wiles-Richards speaks to Robins TV

 

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