The Shropshire Star report that AFC Telford United boss Gavin Cowan and interim chairman Andy Pryce have insisted Chester should have known better in the saga over Adam Dawson’s transfer.
Dawson left the club earlier this month, prompting the Bucks to complain to the FA about an illegal approach, something Chester strenuously deny.
Chester insist they have done nothing wrong, however At the Telford fans’ forum at the New Bucks Head last night, Cowan said: “We didn’t see him as someone who would play every week, however he would start getting his chance. He was starting to get frustrated, and he was hard to bear in training.
“He stormed out at Alfreton and after the Boston game, when the players have to stay until 6pm, he broke that rule.
“He then told me he wanted to leave and it was going down that road. He told me he had already signed a form at Chester, which I told him he shouldn’t be telling people.
“I had a conversation with Adam and he was apologetic about it. He isn’t a bad lad and he maybe didn’t understand the seven days process, and didn’t know better. But Chester do know better, and the club has to deal with it in the right way.”
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