Nathan Clarke has decided to leave the Shaymen.
Clarke joined his hometown Club in the summer of 2018 going on to make 116 appearances for the Shaymen scoring 7 goals.
The Skipper suffered a serious eye injury in the game against Sutton United back in November and returned to the first team in March.
The Club would like to put on record our sincere gratitude to Nathan who has not only been a tremendous leader on the pitch but who has been nothing but a consummate professional off the pitch. He has made a real difference to the football club and will be missed by everyone involved with FC Halifax Town.
A few words from the Gaffer…
“Nathan has been fantastic to work with throughout our 2 years at the Club. From day one his support, knowledge and experience have been one of the key factors of why the team has done so well.
His conduct on and off the pitch has been first class. He has helped develop and mentor our group and for that I am really grateful. I know Nathan has a passion to go into coaching and I am sure that if and when he chooses to do this, he will be as successful as in his playing career.
The Skipper on leaving the Club…
” I want to thank everyone associated with FC Halifax Town, the past three years have been a real privilege to play and Captain my home town Club.
I’m disappointed we have been unable to agree on a contract but I wish the Club nothing but the best.
Thank you Nathan and we wish you & your family the very best for the future.
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