Veteran Vice-Captain Ryan Green possesses a vast amount of fantastic experience after an illustrious career that has included spells at Wolverhampton Wanderers, Millwall, Cardiff City and Sheffield Wednesday.
As well as his superb club football experience, Green has also made two appearances internationally for Wales. His debut came against Malta in 1998 before he was selected once again by Manager Bobby Gould to play against Tunisia only a few days later. Interestingly, at the time, Green became the youngest ever player to play for Wales aged just 17 years and 266 days.
Beginning his career as a trainee at Wolverhampton Wanderers, Green only managed eight appearances over a four year period which also included a stint out on loan at Torquay United.
A move to Millwall followed as well as another loan move out to hometown club Cardiff City. Following his relegation to the old Second Division with Sheffield Wednesday came Green’s first spell at Hereford United, making 91 appearances over a three year period for the Bulls.
A move to Bristol Rovers then came about for Green after a stellar few seasons with United, where he made 71 appearances and helped Rovers win the Play-Off Final at Wembley against Shrewsbury Town to gain promotion to League One.
Green then once again found himself plying his trade at Edgar Street, either side of moves to Welsh sides Port Talbot Town and Merthyr Town making a whole host of apperances. Ryan is currently enjoying his third spell with The Bulls and at the impressive age of 38, continues to be a vital part of Peter Beadle’s plans as we head in to the 2018/19 National League North season.