Sinclair brothers and Clarke make their move

Stuart Sinclair

Stuart Sinclair

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Salisbury Journal: Photograph of the Author by , Head of Sport

THE Sinclair brothers and James Clarke have headed in different directions from the Ray Mac.

Supporters’ player of the year Stuart has reunited with old boss Darrell Clarke at Bristol Rovers, younger brother Rob has completed a two-year deal at Forest Green Rovers and sturdy defender Clarke has switched to Woking.

The two midfielders and Clarke, who played together for Salisbury City last season, helped Mikey Harris’ team finish 12th, but depart following the club’s relegation to Conference South among financial plight.

Whites have until Friday to settle football creditors and secure a bond of £50,000 or face being axed from the Conference. A winding up order of £29,000 from HMRC also needs to be paid to avoid folding.

Departing owner Mark Winter, who quit on Sunday, expects all debts will not be paid.

Players out:

Brian Dutton (Havant and Waterlooville)

Jamie White (Bristol Rovers)

Clovis Kamdjo (Forest Green Rovers)

Luke Ruddick (Sutton United)

Callum Hart (Sutton United)

Glenn Wilson (Aldershot Town)

Elliott Frear (Forest Green Rovers)

Dan Fitchett (Aldershot Town)

Rob Sinclair (Forest Green Rovers)

Charlie Sheringham (Ebbsfleet United)

Stuart Sinclair (Bristol Rovers)

James Clarke (Woking)

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