Bradford (Park Avenue) can announce the signing of exciting striker Rod Orlando Young.
Young began his career at Exeter City’s academy where he impressed enough to earn a move at age 17 to Norwich where he helped Norwich under 18’s to win the youth FA cup.
Throughout his career, Young has made a number of National League appearances most notably with Welling United.
Speaking exclusively to bpafc.com, the former Norwich man described himself as a ‘tricky’ forward and promises to be a handful for defenders saying “I bring with me a lot of pace and trickery. I like to take on defenders and create opportunities for myself and my teammates.”
When asked what he was looking forward to most about joining Avenue, Young said:
“Meeting and getting to know the fans, they are the most important part of any club, especially at this level.”
On the move, manager, Marcus Law commented, “Rod’s a pacey attacking player and we feel he can bring a lot to the team. It is an area we have been looking at closely as we need to turn around the goal deficit if we are to progress in this league.”