Kane Munday leaves Halstead Town to increase chances of returning to a higher level of football
Former AFC Sudbury Academy graduate Kane Munday revealed a belief in being capable of playing higher up the non-league pyramid led him to leave Halstead Town.
The 20-year-old left-sided midfielder or defender had established himself as a key player in the Humbugs’ bid for promotion from the Thurlow Nunn League First Division South before the early termination of the season.
But the ex-AFC Sudbury contracted player has become a free agent to increase his chances of returning to a higher level.
While also thanking the fans and the club for first-team football since joining in late November 2018, having also had a loan spell at Hadleigh United that season, the player released from Colchester United as a youngster said: “I made the decision to leave Halstead to hopefully regain the opportunity to test myself against a higher level of opposition.
“I have never doubted my ability with a football at my feet; it was always a lack of fitness that held me back as a player.
“I’ve taken this opportunity, as well as a lot of players, to utilise the time I have to push myself physically so I can compete at a highest level possible.
“I believe I have the mindset and the ability to step back up.”
The Colchester-based player also thanked his last club's vocal fanbase saying: “A special shout out to the Halstead Ultras who always provided an atmosphere."
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