Chester FC have announced that Jon Worsnop has left the club by mutual agreement.

Following discussions between the goalkeeper and the management team, the decision has been made that Worsnop should be allowed to leave the club to pursue other chesterchallenges.




In a statement, Worsnop said: “I have thoroughly enjoyed my time at Chester Football Club and would like to thank the fans and the club for all of their support.

“I have reached the stage of my career where I need to either be playing every week or indeed consider pursuing other opportunities.”

Manager Jon McCarthy said: “Jon Worsnop has been excellent for this football club.

“He has played over seventy times for Chester since joining in 2014 and has always shown himself to be a good professional that is committed to the team.

“I will always regard Jon as the bravest goalkeeper I have worked with – epitomised by his outstanding performance away at Barnsley in the FA Cup when he played most of the game with a fractured jaw keeping us in the tie with a last minute save of the highest quality.

“We wish him luck, whilst thanking him for his commitment to the club”.

Source: www.footballconference.co.uk


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