U's Flash: Bond Departs

Wed 08 Jan 2014
Author: David Gregory
Andy Bond celebrates scoring for the U's

Andy Bond celebrates scoring for the U's

Image by : Richard Blaxall

Andy Bond parts company with U's.

Andy Bond has parted company with the U's.

He has had his contract terminated by mutual consent and leaves the U's after three and a half years.

Since his arrival in July 2010, having been signed by John Ward, the twenty seven year old has made 127 appearances and scored 13 goals.

The last of that baker's dozen arrived in the final stages of the first game of the season, giving the U's a 1-0 win at Gillingham.

All season though, the former Barrow midfielder has struggled to find a regular place in the U's squad and had a spell on loan at Bristol Rovers, joining up once again with Ward.

Following his return from Rovers in October, Bond has only featured sparingly from the bench and it was agreed that he could leave the club with five months remaining on his contract.

We wish Andy all the best in his future footballing career and thank him for his efforts.

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