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Midfielder Jordan Wright has been released by Folkestone after four good years with the club.

The popular Tenterden-based player, who is not  24 until July, has found his appearances limited this season at Premier Division level with just 17 starts, though being involved in the squad on more than 30 occasions.

In over 160 games, he scored a total of 23 goals – his best season, in terms of goals, coming in 2014/15 when his 15 goals put him behind only Golden Boot winner Ian Draycott as he helped Folkestone finish runners up to Burgess Hill Town before they lost in the play-off final to Merstham.

One truly memorable performance came in a crucial 3-2 win at the same Merstham where Wright won an epic battle with massive midfield rival Peter Adeniyi - pictured above.


An almost instant hit with the fans after signing from County League Lydd Town in the previous summer, Jordan won the Derek Knight Trophy as young player of the year in his first three seasons at the Fullicks Stadium.

He is pictured, here, receiving that award from club president Bill Hewson.

Manager Neil Cugley said: “I spoke to Jordan on Monday and he agreed that it’s best for him to go now and find himself a club who will appreciate him. He’s had a couple of loan spells (at Ashford and Faversham) which didn’t quite work out, but fully believe that he is more than able to do a good job for someone in the Southern Division.

“Jordan has never complained if he’s not been in the starting eleven. He’s a lovely lad and his parents are very nice people. Our fans have loved him too over these four years, and I’ve had plenty of them in my ear asking why he’s been left out now and then!

“It goes without saying that we wish him every success in the future and thank him for everything he has done at Folkestone Invicta Football Club.”