Posted: Sat 10th Aug 2013

Updated: Wed 13th Feb

Jordan Johnson leaves the Wingmakers

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This article is old - Published: Saturday, Aug 10th, 2013

Jordan Johnson scores against Port Talbot Town.

WINGMAN Jordan Johnson has agreed to mutually cancel his contract after one season with the Wingmakers.

The 26-year-old, who is expected to join Leek Town, scored seven goals last season from 14 full and 13 substitute appearances.


After a prolific season with Newcastle Town, Johnson caught the eye of then AFC Telford United boss Andy Sinton two years ago.

But his stay at the New Bucks head was blighted by injury and, after loan spells with Chasetown and Northwich, he joined Vics on a permanent deal in December 2011.

He then followed his former manager at the Victoria Stadium, Andy Preece, to Airbus last summer.

“Jordan is a fantastic lad who we all wish well for the future, we also thank him for his efforts in an Airbus shirt last season,” says the club’s chief operating officer Stewart Roberts.

via http://www.airbusfc.com



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