Cheltenham Town video: Kotwica signs two-year professional deal
Gloucester-born Zack Kotwica has signed a two-year professional contract with Cheltenham Town.
The 17-year-old winger has gone on as a substitute in all three of the Robins' matches so far this season after some impressive pre-season performances.
As exclusively revealed on gloucestershireecho.co.uk last Monday, Kotwica was offered a two-year deal by boss Mark Yates and he has now put pen to paper to become a full-time senior footballer.
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Former Beaufort Community School pupil Kotwica was brought into the Robins'youth set-up by Kevin Willetts, a hugely popular player during the 1980s and early '90s, and John Hamilton, whose son Spencer is Cheltenham's youth team captain this season.
Robins boss Mark Yates said: "Now is the time for Zack to knuckle down and work hard.
"Zack is another locally born player and we are delighted with that but it doesn't mean too much.
"He needs to work hard to become a good player and get his head down. He has done well so far this season and he need to continue doing so."