National League Ebbsfleet United ave told Myles Weston he will always be welcomed back after he left on Wednesday for ‘personal reasons’.
The surprise exit of the winger- who joined Ebbsfleet in the summer of 2017 from Wycombe Wanderers and scored 13 times in 122 games – was confirmed in a club statement after his contract was cancelled by mutual consent.
PLAYER NEWS | It’s a departure from the ranks this afternoon as Myles Weston has departed the club after almost three seasons of excellent service. All the very best for the future Westy! #eufc https://t.co/T7pa4i9WOb pic.twitter.com/D0xiI4cgDZ
— Ebbsfleet United FC (@EUFCofficial) February 5, 2020
A spokesman said: “Everybody at the Kuflink Stadium would like to thank Myles for his hard work and commitment over the past three seasons. We wish him and his family all the best for the future and he will always be very welcome back here.”
West had scored seven time in 30 appearances this season as a shining light for Kevin Watson’s relegation battlers before being forced off with a hamstring injury in his last game, Saturday’s 1-0 home defeat to Dover Athletic.
One of his most fondly remembered goals was his second at Tranmere Rovers in the club’s 2018 play-off semi-final, his strike briefly putting Fleet 2-1 up at Prenton Park.
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