Three players have left Salisbury FC and key player has been ruled out for the rest of the season.
Jordan Alawode Williams, Siph Mdlalose and Tyrell Skeen-Hamilton have left the club after limited playtime.
“These players would, it transpired, have had limited pitch time competing for a place in what is a strong squad, and it is in their interests therefore to seek playing minutes elsewhere,” Manager Steve Claridge said, and thanked them for their contribution.
Bouwe Bosma’s is unfortunately out for the remainder of the season after he suffered a ligament injury in the game against Shaftesbury FC.
Ben Morgan and Liam Driscoll have also suffered injuries, resulting in reduced playtime.
Steve said the squad has been depleted, but are in negotiations with new players and hope to soon make new signings.