Skipper among latest to leave Chasetown

By David Banner | Chasetown FC | Published:

The exodus continues at Chasetown as captain James Dance is one of three more players to leave the club.

James Dance has left Chasetown.

The Evo-Stik First Division South outfit recently had manager Dave Stringer leave and take charge of Rugby Town, and Dance, Josh Ruff and Liam Holt have also joined the Warwickshire side.

Their departures come after club legend Chris Slater joined Walsall Wood, and the likes of Ryan Wynter, Peter Till, Mitch Piggon and Jack Langston also made their way out.

New Scholars boss Scott Dundas has a big task on his hands to rebuild the squad for the upcoming season.

Meanwhile, Evo-Stik Premier side Stourbridge, who just missed out on promotion last term as they lost in the play-off final, have bolstered their squad with the signing of Danny O’Callaghan from Sutton Coldfield Town.

Stafford Rangers have had defender James Bowen leave to join Hereford, while Hednesford Town are hosting a ‘Meet the Manager’ evening on Wednesday, June 28. Supporters are welcome to ask question to new chief Neil Tooth from 7pm at Keys Park.


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