Glory Owner and Chairman Tony Sage has his say on the departure of striker Andy Keogh:
“Following this week’s confirmation that he is set to depart the club and explore another opportunity overseas, I’d like to personally wish Andy Keogh all the best.
“During his time at Glory, the club experienced plenty of highs and lows and our respective families forged a close personal relationship that I know will continue.
“An opportunity has now come up for Andy to safeguard his family’s financial future and those opportunities are very hard to turn down, especially within an industry as unpredictable as football.
“So as he heads off to start a new chapter in his career, he goes with my best wishes and sincere thanks for the significant contribution he has made to our club over the past five years.”