Ryan is a very technical creative goalscoring central midfielder who can play as a number 8 and is also great in a favoured more attacking number 10 role.
Ryan is comfortable using both feet, his main attributes include his Shooting, Technique, Strength, Pace, Skill, Passing, Vision.
Ryan is also andead ball specialist and was recently invited to take part in scientific study monitoring his rare shooting techniques with 3D motion technology, Ryan's results were exceptional.
Ryan’s Journey has been full of ups and downs. At 17 Ryan made his football league debut for Chester City under Mark Wright, things didn’t go as planned for Ryan leaving the pitch injured, sometime soon after Chester went into administration leaving Ryan and many other young promising players without a club. Now Ryan had to start again and searching for a club wasn’t easy, Ryan took the opportunity to go on trial with Hercules of Spain, which went really well but decided financially they could not make him an offer.
Ryan returned to England and found himself playing semi – pro football and pursued his employment, coaching and studying to be a personal trainer, Ryan undoubtably backed his technical ability from day one but was struggling at non league level due to his physical presence, Ryan continued with his education towards fitness, strength and conditioning learning about his body and decided to take action building himself up and continuing with his boxing training, while also continuing to play futsal at international level representing England.
Ryan begun to get stronger and a lot more physical and went on to play part time for Colwyn Bay, the season after moving to play in the welsh league for Llandudno, in his first season picking up player of the year and selected in the team of the season, the following season Ryan went on to sign for Rhyl FC, where again he picked up numerous awards and featured in the leagues team of the season, Ryan then at the age of 20 was all of a sudden attracting attention from clubs not just in England but throughout Europe. Now physically very strong and professionally conditioned and most of all disciplined like a full-time pro footballer, his personal training business was up and running and he was in a position to have another shot at full-time football, Ryan was presented with a great opportunity with Morecambe FC, he started pre season training in the summer 2012 and within 2 weeks featured in a friendly against Everton.
In November Ryan was offered a short term professional contract from Morecambe which was soon after delayed by the FA due to his previous status at Rhyl FC being classed as an amateur he can not sign professional terms outside the window.
In the meantime Ryan was starting to get noticed locally and had a number of higher level clubs show interest, he was asked to play in a trial game for Stoke City against Telford, Ryan played and played very well and was soon asked back for another game, Ryan went onto sign 6 week trial papers for Stoke City and featured in two under 21 games against Southampton and played a full 90 minutes against a strong Sunderland under 21s featuring a number of 1st team players, Ryan was also a substitute in a behind closed door game for Stoke against Preston which was Michael Owens return game from Injury.
Ryan’s trial at Stoke went really well and was been told he can continue training with the under 21s but Ryan has decided to accept an offer from Morecambe to play senior football in the football league.
On the 12th of January Ryan made his league debut for morecambe coming off the bench and scoring a fanatstic goal from 25 yards. The same week Ryan played a mid week game for the reserves against Burton and scored another goal from 30 yards strike demonstrating his unique striking ability.
On the 26th of January Ryan came of the bench for Morecambe 20 minutes to go against Dagenham 1-0 down, morecambe soon equalised and in the 8rd minute Ryan scored an superb solo effort which secure 3 points, 4 days later Ryan played for the reserves against Wrexham and scored a tremendous 30 yard dipping free kick. Ryan has since continued his prolific rare technique with a 35 yard free kick against Man United in a behind closed doors friendly and On the 26th of April Ryan equalised against Bradford with a 25 yard fee kick into the top corner.
On 6 August 2013, Williams scored a late wonder trademark free-kick to beat Wolves and send Morecambe to the second round of the Capital One Cup.
On the 12th of October 2013 Ryan Williams again won the game for Morecambe against bury with a 35 yard trademark free-kick.
Ryan has since become known for his free-kicks and long range shooting and has featured in university studies at loughborough, featured on BT Sport programme lives a pitch where they demonstrated his rare technique and also done a piece for Sky Sports news rein acting his goal again Wolves.
In June 2015 Ryan signed for championship play off semi finalists Brentford. Ryan made his 1st appearance starting against Tottenham Hotspur in a pre season friendly and went on to feature against a Strong Stoke City side where Brentford won 2-0.
In January 2016 Ryan made a decision to terminate his contract with Brentford and continue the season with Inverness in SPL.
In August 2016 Ryan signed for Ottawa Fury from Canada in the NASL, he finished the season really strong scoring 4 in his last 6 games getting Man of the match in 2 games and appearing in the NASL team of the week 3 times. Ryan was awarded fans player of the year a great achievement for a player that only played half a season.