Midfielder Simon Mensah, 30, who re-joined the Hawks at the start of the season, has been released by manager Ross Standen as he continues to re-shape his squad.
Ross said “I’m gutted it’s not worked out for Simon. Maybe it’s the make-up of our team that doesn’t suit his style of play. He is a good player with plenty of experience but needs to be getting game time, so it’s only fair that he looks to get that somewhere else. He’s a great lad and he leaves with our best wishes.”
Mensah originally joined the Hawks under former manager Steve King in the 17-18 season, making 20 appearances and endearing himself to the fans by scoring against Bognor Regis. In his second spell he played nine times with an assist for Ronnie Conlon’s winner in the victory over Sittingbourne.