Dutton makes Havant switch

Dutton makes Havant switch

Dutton makes Havant switch

First published in Sport
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by , Head of Sport

EX-Salisbury City skipper Brian Dutton has left Old Sarum for Lee Bradbury’s Havant & Waterlooville – the side he last netted against.

The 29-year-old, who made more than 150 appearances for Whites over four years, signed a deal with the Conference South side yesterday.

Dutton, a central defender, typed on Twitter: “I’ve just put pen to paper with my new club! Looking forward to a new chapter and another promotion! Can’t wait to get started.”

He skippered City in their promotion winning 2012/13 season under Darrell Clarke, where he picked up his last goal during their 5-1 pasting over Havant.

But following City’s first defeat on their return to Conference Premier, new boss Mikey Harris handed the captain’s armband to fellow defender Glenn Wilson. Injuries and not being selected saw Dutton appear just 20 times in 46 league matches.

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