By Matt Bishop
Solihull Moors striker Richard Brodie has left the National League strugglers, despite only joining the club last month.
The 30-year-old, who joined from Northern Premier League Division One North club Skelmersdale United on 22 September, was brought to Damson Park by former boss Liam McDonald.
However, Brodie made just six appearances for Moors, and failed to add to his impressive haul of over 100 career goals for 16 different clubs.
In total, the experienced striker has made over 500 appearances for the likes of York City, Morecambe and Crawley, who signed him from the Minstermen for a reported £275,000 – a deal that smashed the record fee between two Non-League sides.
Brodie will now begin his search for a new club, after Moors boss Richard Money deemed him surplus to requirements.
Moors have also announced that three loanees have now returned to their parent clubs, with Dan Cleary and Wes McDonald heading back to Birmingham City, and Tahvon Campbell now back at West Bromwich Albion.
In a short statement on the club’s website, Moors said: “We would like to thank all the players for their contributions, as well as Blues and Albion for their help and understanding with the situation.”