07:56PM, Friday 03 May 2019
Maidenhead United forward Adrian Clifton has ended his time with the Magpies during his second stint at the club.
The Monserrat international has enjoyed a fine season, scoring 14 league goals as Alan Devonshire’s men survived the drop in the National League with three games to go, as well as finishing Magpies top-scorer for the season.
Clifton will play his football next season at fellow National League side Bromley FC after being announced by the club’s twitter account earlier this evening (Friday).
The 30-year-old also took to twitter to thank those who have supported him during his time at York Road after four seasons at the club.
“(I) would like to thank all the players, the staff and of course the fans for an amazing four years at Maidenhead,” said Clifton on Twitter.
“I have really enjoyed my time at the club, especially this season. It will be a memorable one.
“(I) have met players and staff that will remain my friends for life and who I wish all the very best in the future. The job that Peter and the gaffer are doing is second to none and I hope they continue to move the club in the right direction.
“Maidenhead is a club that I’ll always have a soft spot for after two two-year spells with the club. Once again, thank you.”
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