National League North club Ashton United have been hit by the news that attacker Matthew Chadwick will be leaving the club.
The former Salford City and Radcliffe Borough man had developed a cult hero reputation at Hurst Cross, during his long association with the club and was a key part of the side that won promotion to Step 2 last season.
Chadwick has made 21 appearances for the Robins this campaign, finding the net on seven occasions and has finished as the club’s top goalscorer in several of the past season,
He leaves Ashton with the club sitting in 20th position, six points adrift of safety, with fifteen games left to play of the campaign.
In a heartfelt statement on his personal Twitter account Chadwick said, “It’s time for a change just wanted to say a massive thank you to everyone at
@AshtonUnitedFC ,be hard to top last years feeling In football. Wish all the best to the lads, fans, board and management for the rest of season”