Academy defender puts pen-to-paper on new deal
- Romoney Crichlow-Noble signs new Town contract
- Centre back puts pen-to-paper on new one-year deal
- Comments from Academy Manager Emyr Humphreys
21-year-old defender Romoney Crichlow-Noble has agreed a new contract with Huddersfield Town extending his future with the Club.
Romoney has put pen-to-paper on a new one-year deal, with the Terriers having the option to extend it for a further year.
The left-sided centre-half, who can also play at left-back, joined Town in March 2017 following a successful trial period with the Club.
The youngster, who was born in Luton, joined Town as a free agent having studied at the Dynamic Football Academy in Buckinghamshire, whilst playing for Enfield Borough’s First Team in tier 11 of the English football pyramid.
After progressed through Town’s Under-18s, Romoney has since been out on loan gaining experience of senior men’s football.
His first loan move was to National League North side Bradford Park Avenue where he made eight appearances, before making the switch to National League Hartlepool United. In January 2020, Romoney then moved to National League South side Welling on loan. He played an integral part in their survival; they were 21st when he joined and were sat in 13th place when the season was curtailed.
Huddersfield Town’s Academy Manager Emyr Humphreys commented:
“We’re really pleased that Romoney has signed a new deal with Huddersfield Town.
“Romoney faced some challenges in the last 12 months that no individual should have to go through. The resilience he has shown to keep learning and improving, despite the circumstances, and the way he approached the loan at Welling are a testament to his strength of character.
“Romoney’s hard work has to continue and we will continue to set him different aims and challenges that’ll help further his development.”