Anthony Dwyer leaves AFC Telford for Hednesford Town

By Luke Hatfield | Hednesford Town | Published:

AFC Telford forward Anthony Dwyer has left the New Bucks head, joining Hedneford Town.

Anthony Dwyer

The 21-year-old joined the Bucks in the summer, going on to score six times, but has struggled for minutes on the pitch recently under Rob Edwards.

With that in mind, the striker has decided to depart, joining the Pitmen and former Bucks boss Rob Smith in the process.

"I just want to say a huge thank you to AFC Telford United supporters for the love and support they have shown me this season." Dwyer said.

"I wore the shirt with pride and was a pleasure to play for a such an amazing club.Unfortunately, I have decided to leave to get more games to further my career.

"I am going to miss the lads and all the staff and most importantly the great support. I know times are tough at the minute, but the club is moving in the right direction. I ask you to stick with the lads and the staff through this hard time, things will get better and the club will be safe."

Luke Hatfield

By Luke Hatfield
Digital Sports Journalist - @LHatfield_Star

Digital Sports Journalist based in Wolverhampton working on the Express & Star and Shropshire Star.


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