Former Fakenham Town player-boss Harris takes two steps down to join Wisbech St Mary

Robbie Harris. Picture: TONY MILES

Robbie Harris. Picture: TONY MILES - Credit: Archant

Robbie Harris has opted against remaining at Fakenham Town after stepping down as player-boss.

The striker won his final game in charge on Saturday – a 3-0 home success over Hadleigh – but has decided to continue his playing career at Wisbech St Mary, who compete two levels below the Ghosts, rather than remain at Clipbush Park as part of Wayne Anderson's squad.

'St Mary is where I grew up playing football and learning the game. I have always had a love for the club and what better way to finish where I started,' said Harris after joining the Kershaw Premier League title hopefuls, who are looking to move up to the Thurlow Nunn League.

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