King’s Lynn Town boss ‘disappointed but not devastated’ over midfielder’s move
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King's Lynn Town boss Simon Clark says he is 'disappointed but not devastated' at Cameron King's decision not to return to The Walks next season.
The former Norwich City midfielder has decided to join National Premier League side FC Halifax.
In a statement on the club website, Lynn explained that they had held lengthy negotiations over the course of the summer and were confident of retaining King's services on a long-term contract.
'The first we were made aware of Halifax's interest was when manager Simon Clark received a call from King's agent yesterday (Monday) afternoon,' said the statement.
'Clark says he is disappointed, but not devastated, by King's exit and while players are at The Walks he expects a certain level of commitment from them.'
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It goes on to say that the club would now seeking compensation, having offered the player an improved deal in the close season.
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