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Wednesday, March 08, 2017

Dinsley Departs Gloucester


Calvin Dinsley celebrates his goal at Wimborne in October

Calvin Dinsley, who had a spell on loan at Edgar Street earlier this season, has left Gloucester City by mutual consent.


The midfielder started six matches for Hereford, with one sub appearance, scoring the third goal in the 3-2 win at Wimborne Town in October.

Gloucester manager Tim Harris told their official site: "I am very disappointed that things have not worked out this season for both Calvin and ourselves.
"There is no doubt that he is a very talented individual, but this season he has had one injury after another and made only six starts for us.
"I sincerely wish Calvin all the very best for the future and I am happy that together we have helped in sorting a good move for him that I am sure will be announced sooner rather than later."

Update: In an article about Dinsley published by GloucestershireLive and written by Jon Palmer it says
 
Dinsley could be set to rejoin Southern League Division One South and West leaders Hereford,  for whom he appeared on loan earlier this season.