Craig Dinsley has left Vanarama National League North club Gloucester City.

The Tigers announced that they had agreed to part company with the midfielder by mutual consent,

The news was announced in a statement released on the club’s official website.

It read “Gloucester City Football Club can confirm that we have reached an agreement to part company by mutual consent with midfielder Calvin Dinsley.

Dinsley, 26, signed for the Tigers in November 2015 from Kidderminster Harriers and went on to make 32 appearances for the club, scoring once.

Speaking on the announcement, Gloucester City manager Tim Harris said “I am very disappointed that things have not worked out this season for both Calvin and ourselves.

“There is no doubt that he is a very talented individual, but this season he has had one injury after another and made only six starts for us.

As we now start to plan ahead and look forward to the final 10 games of the National League North season we have reached the decision to part company.

Commenting further, Harris added “I sincerely wish Calvin all the very best for the future and I am happy that together we have helped in sorting a good move for him that I am sure will be announced sooner rather than later.”


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