Captain Sam Hall on the ball

Nantwich Town have confirmed captain Sam Hall has left the club by mutual consent to pursue new opportunities elsewhere.

The midfielder signed for the Dabbers at the start of the 2015/16 season from Leek Town.

He ends his time at the club with 128 appearances, scoring four goals.

A spokesman for the Weaver Stadium club said today: “We would like to sincerely thank him for the valuable contribution that he has made during his time with the Dabbers and we wish him the very best as his playing career enters its next chapter.

“Sam has been a major presence around the club, a consummate professional and a great captain and in this role.

“He led the Dabbers to some great success that will live long in the memory and for this he has our sincere thanks.”

Hall leaves with Nantwich sitting 16th in the Evo-Stik Premier League, eight points above the drop zone, but with games in hand.

They are in Cheshire Senior Cup action tomorrow night away at nearby Sandbach United, kick off 7.45pm.

(Pic by Jonathan White)

3 Comments

  1. L.E.M. Aitken says:

    Nantwich will miss him!

  2. Will be missed, another blow for the dabbers.
    We may have games in hand but we need to win them.

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