Midfielder Ally Morgan and defender Craig Duncan Move On

MIDFIELDER Ally Morgan and defender Craig Duncan will be moving on to new clubs in 2015 as they seek more game time.

Ally has been on the fringes in recent weeks and centre-half Duncs has been facing growing commitments from his PE teaching career.

Head coach Iain King said: “It’s always difficult to see players move on particularly when they are guys you really respect.

“I felt Ally’s confidence had suffered a little in the games he did play and he needs to be back in a starting line-up using that brilliant left foot to someone’s advantage.

“Duncs was my first-ever signing for EKFC and remains a really good defender but he needs to be training regularly to give of his best and his work comes first.

“Both players move on with our best wishes for the future.”


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