Striker Anthony Dwyer has opted to join Evo-Stik Southern League Premier Division Central Division club Barwell on dual registration with Vanarama National; League North side Leamington in order to gain more playing time.
Dwyer signed for the Brakes in July 2018 after impressing while on trial.
He had signed for Altrincham earlier in the close season having left Hednesford Town, with whom he spent the latter part of last season, but a change in his circumstances saw him become available and manager Paul Holleran moved quickly to snap him up.
The 22-year-old attacker started last season with AFC Telford United having begun his career moving through the ranks at Mansfield Town, spending time with Stafford Rangers, Matlock Town and Ilkeston before joining Telford.
Brakes` boss Holleran told the club`s press officer Paul Edwards: “Following an approach from Barwell, Anthony has decided that it is something he wanted to do.
“Understandably he wants to play more football and we also feel that he will benefit from it. He will be dual registered with both clubs and we will monitor his progress”.
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