Striker Kelvin Bossman has today left Cambridge City to join Conference South outfit, Hayes & Yeading.
Bossman has been with City for no more than a fortnight, and has provided cover for the first few games of the season whilst the City first team squad has been hit with injuries and suspensions. Bossman's brother, Allen, has also departed the club.
City manager Gary Roberts said "Kelvin was added to the squad at short notice in the days leading up to the first team opening match at Frome, and he has provided excellent cover whilst we have had a spell of injuries and suspensions. Going to Hayes will be a good opportunity for him, and we wish him well for the future".
Whilst Bossman departs, the club can also confirm that Miles Smith has also left. The defender featured in several pre-season games, but has left city by mutual consent.
Meanwhile, the City boss is getting his players ready for the long trip to Weymouth on Saturday and preparations have been hampered by doubts over the fitness of Chris Bacon. The City striker has been suffering with a chest infection for much of the week and will need to improve in the next 24 hours if he is to make the trip. Nick Beasant will definitely not feature as he is unavailable this weekend.
The good news is that David Prada is back with the City squad after returning to Spain for the summer. He is currently training with the squad and could potentially be available for selection on Saturday.
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