Dominic Vose leaves Margate without playing a single game for the club
MARGATE have confirmed the departure of attacking midfielder Dominic Vose, 26, without playing a game for the club.
Vose was brought into the club earlier this month following the club’s 4-2 win at Aylesbury United in The FA Trophy Third Qualifying Round but didn’t play a single game for the club as the UK Government imposed a second national lockdown just before he was about to make his debut for the club.
“The club can confirm Dominic Vose’s registration has been terminated by mutual consent,” said a club statement.
“Lockdown prevented Dominic from making his debut for the club and in the time subsequently, Dominic has decided to look to pursue full-time playing opportunities abroad.
“Whilst this is disappointing news for the club, we respect and support Dominic’s decision and wish him all the best with his future endeavours.”
Vose revealed on his Twitter account that he wants to be playing at a higher level of football.
He has played for 14 clubs (including loan spells) during his 10-year playing career, which started at West Ham United. However, the most appearances he made for was during his stint at Dulwich Hamlet under manager Gavin Rose.
“This year has been an absolute write off. In the New Year I need to be playing full-time football again, if not here, I need to go abroad,” said Vose.
“If I’m not playing full-time football I need to be at an “elite” club at least, so anyone that can help, it would be appreciated.”
Margate manager Jay Saunders now continues the search for attacking players that can improve on the club’s goalscoring tally of only six league goals in their nine league outings.
The Hartsdown Park outfit are sitting in the bottom three in the Isthmian League Premier Division table with a win and three draws, a couple of points clear of bottom side, Merstham.
Meanwhile, Margate’s FA Trophy First Round home tie against Burgess Hill Town has been arranged for Tuesday 8 December 2020.
The Hillians are at the foot of the Isthmian League South East Division table with four points from their opening seven league games.
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