Sunday, 15 September 2013

Danny Forrest leaves Ossett Town for Workington

By James Grayson (Twitter: @jamesAgrayson)
Danny Forrest has left Ossett Town after just two games and joined Skrill North side Workington.
Forrest made his Town debut last week in the 3-3 draw with Burscough before signing off in the 5-1 midweek victory at Wakefield FC.
Forrest arrived at Ingfield from Bradford (Park Avenue) and Ossett manager Craig Elliott said: “Danny informed me yesterday (Friday) that Workington had made an offer he can’t refuse.
“Basically he is still dual-signed with us, but he and Lee Elam are off to Workington because they made an offer they couldn’t turn down.
“He wanted to stay at that level and to be fair I knew that when he signed.
“Initially it was permanent and he said he loved the two games he played. He had said that if a club came in he would have to consider it and they have made him a good offer.
“It is not a massive blow. He’s a good player, but we have plenty of attacking options. It is an area where we’re really strong and the good thing is that lots of players are scoring and we’re not a one-man team.
“We have literally four or five players scoring goals.”

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