Statement from Tilbury Manager Gary Hent, via official T.F.C. website.

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Post  welshexileddocker on Sun Jan 25, 2015 2:12 am

Seems like Gary Henty has made the best decision for both the player and the club and as Gary says the team has been very successful without the player being involved ( another win and clean sheet yesterday re-inforces this fact)that it would be in the best interests of the player to find a level of football that fits in with his current commitment to the game ( work always should come first at this level of the game). Well done again Dockers - maybe if the management team are given free rein to start next season with the players they choose to work with. then a place at the top end of the league would attract more supporters and thereby hopefully increase the budget at the managements disposal - best of luck with that. COME ON YOU DOCKERS.

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Statement from Tilbury Manager Gary Hent, via official T.F.C. website.

Post  Dock end John on Fri Jan 23, 2015 4:49 pm

Firstly I would like to thank Sam for his service to the club over the last 5 years. He has been a great servant for Tilbury Football Club.
Unfortunately for Sam in recent weeks he hasn't been able to attend matches and the players that have stepped in to his place have been performing fantastically well, winning 4/5 games and keeping 4 clean sheets. Therefore he has slipped down the pecking order. As a management team we felt that it was unfair to string a player of Sam's ability along if opportunities to play may be limited in the weeks ahead, so we decided to release him to find 1st team football elsewhere. We did this with the best interests of the player at heart and also knowing that our own club have enough strength in depth to cope. it was a very tough decision, the hardest I've had to make to date. Also Sam has had a change in profession recently and was finding it hard to commit to a lot of the training session as of late.
I hope this clears up any questions or issues and the club now has to move forward. We wish Sam the very best for the future.

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