09:57AM, Friday 08 March 2019
Chris Flood will leave Slough Town following Saturday’s game against Concord Rangers after he agreed to cancel his contract with the club.
The Rebels said Flood has had to travel more for work following a promotion, which has caused him to miss some games and training sessions.
He also has a young family and is finding it harder to manage travel from his Winchester home, a club statement said this morning.
Flood is undecided if he will play again this season but his preference would be to turn out for a club closer to home.
“He will leave us on good terms and with our best wishes,” the Rebels said.
“Floody has been an integral part of our success in recent seasons with particular highlights being his goal in the play-off final at King's Lynn last season, his goal and performance at Gainsborough in the FA Cup and a hat-trick in our incredible 6-0 win at Leamington two seasons ago.”
He will be in the squad for tomorrow’s game against Concord Rangers before calling time on his Slough career.
Dan Roberts and Francis Amartey are due to get their chances to perform in his absence for the following eight games.
Injured striker Ben Harris is also due to return to training at the end of the month after seeing a consultant.
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