Congratulations to former Trinity student Bryce Hosannah, who has signed a new contract with Leeds United. Nineteen year old Bryce joined the club last August from Crystal Palace.

Bryce, who left the school in Shirley Park, Croydon in 2015, said “It has been a really positive season, I have really improved as a player and now I am really looking forward to pushing on. Leeds is a massive club and has a reputation for bringing through young players to the first team, like you’ve seen this season with how many players have done this and hopefully I can be one of the next few to come through.”

Matt Richbell, Head of Sport at Trinity, said:“Bryce is a very talented footballer, you could see his potential whilst he was here working his way through the year groups and often playing for the year above. He and Sam Woods (now at Crystal Palace) were the spine of a really good side. I am so pleased to see that he has signed a new contract with Leeds. We remember him fondly here and hope that he gets to play regularly in the Championship, it is a very challenging division so will be a fantastic test for him”.

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