Former Grimsby Town youngster Sam Mulready calls time on his King’s Lynn Town frustration

Sam Mulready, middle, has exited The Walks. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

Sam Mulready, middle, has exited The Walks. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

Frontman Sam Mulready has left King's Lynn Town in search of first-team football.

The former Grimsby Town youngster joined his hometown club permanently in February 2013 but failed to regularly nail down a slot in Gary Setchell's starting XI.

Mulready – who scored 29 goals in 155 appearances at The Walks – has decided to join Stamford, a recently-relegated side who will play one level below the Linnets in 2016/17.


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