The Club can confirm that long-serving striker Kyle Jordan has today left the Club and reports suggest he has joined NCEL rivals Rainworth Miners Welfare, joining friends Craig Denton and Jack Waddle.
Kyle has had an association with the Club for ten years on and off, making around 150 appearances for the Tigers overall.
Kyle gave us this statement regarding his departure…
‘For the first time in my 4 years at the club I genuinely don’t know what to say, I am devastated to be moving on from the only football club I have ever been emotionally attached to but as much as I wish things could be different, all good things must come to an end.
I want to thank all of the fans from the bottom of my heart, without you the club is nothing and despite it being a rocky road at times you have all stood by me through everything and made me fall in love with Worksop Town.
A very special mention for Paul Stacey, Chris Randall and Derek Badger, all are very close to the players and working roles that the club couldn’t function without. All of these guys are priceless and for me don’t get the recognition they deserve, so thank you all for everything that you have done me.
I know that I don’t need to go on record to say this as you all know where my heart lies, but I really hope that one day Worksop Town’s glory days return, whether it be at Sandy Lane or elsewhere. There are too many good people here and all working towards the same goal so I implore you to keep the faith, it will happen!
Finally, I know it wasn’t our most successful year in history but you have never had a prouder club captain than me, I promise you that!
All the very best to everybody at the club,