CALLUM LEAVES DONS AGAIN...
CALLUM Kennedy insists now is the right time to end his AFC Wimbledon career following three separate spells at the club.
The 28-year-old defender helped the club earn promotion to League One in 2016 before playing last season with Leyton Orient.
But now Kennedy, who originally signed in 2013, is leaving Kingsmeadow after his contract expired.
He said: “I don’t think I will be coming back for a fourth or fifth time! It seems an appropriate time to move on with the club being safe in League One. Hopefully, the club can go on to do better things.
“It’s disappointing to be leaving because I love the club but, at the same time, it’s all good.
“I had a chat with the manager (Neal Ardley) and I’m looking forward to moving on now and finding another club. It has been a rollercoaster for me but a very positive experience.”
Kennedy is among nine players released by the Dons, including captain Barry Fuller, 33.
GONE: Callum Kennedy