Cob­blers say Waters can leave

Gloucestershire Echo - - CHELTENHAM TOWN -

BILLY Waters has been made avail­able for trans­fer by Northamp­ton Town.

The 24-year-old spent the sec­ond half of the 2018/19 cam­paign back at Chel­tenham Town on loan, hav­ing spent two sea­sons with the Robins be­tween 2015 and 2017.

He scored four goals in 10 starts and eight sub­sti­tute ap­pear­ances for Michael Duff’s side.

Cob­blers boss Keith Curle con­firmed on Mon­day that Waters’ fu­ture lies away from Six­fields, where he has one year left to run on his con­tract.

When asked about his sit­u­a­tion at the end of March, Waters said: “I want to be play­ing reg­u­lar foot­ball.

“I can’t af­ford to have an­other year like the last two, not play­ing and then be­ing loaned out dur­ing the sec­ond half of the sea­son.

“I need to be up and run­ning from the start, play­ing and en­joy­ing my foot­ball and I am cer­tainly do­ing that here.”

Ex-robins youth team mid­fielder Sam Fo­ley was one of eight out-of-con­tract players re­leased by Northamp­ton, who fin­ished one place above Chel­tenham in the League Two ta­ble, end­ing 15th.

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