Salisbury FC announced that Adam Kelly has left the club after failing to agree a new deal.

The midfielder made his return to the Raymond McEnhill Stadium in February after joining from Weymouth.




The midfielder notched up 13 appearances and two goals, one of which was in the home victory against Horndean that clinched the league title.

Kelly, 28 previously played 77 times for Salisbury City.

A statement on the club website read “The club would like to thank Adam for his service and his role in the winning of the Sydenhams Wessex League championship and wishes him well in the future”

Source: www.salisburyfc.co.uk


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