HAVERFORDWEST County have confirmed that star signing Lee Trundle has left the club.
The news was announced on Sunday, December 30, and the former Swansea City player has since signed for Welsh League Division 3 side Trefelin BGC.
In a statement released by the Bluebirds they thank Lee for his time at the club in which he scored 12 goals in all competitions.
A spokesperson for the club said: “Due to increasing work commitments, Lee Trundle has decided to leave Haverfordwest County and his last game was on Friday evening (Dec 28) at Ton Pentre where he scored two goals taking his tally for the Bluebirds to twelve in all competitions this season.
“Whist his stay at our club was shorter than we would have hoped, we fully understand his decision and everyone at the football club would like to thank Lee for his time here and the way he has conducted himself both on and off the field of play. Lee leaves with our sincere best wishes.”
Lee commented on Haverfordwest County’s Facebook page saying: “Good luck the rest of the season boys. Great club run by great people. Wish you all the best on the race for the league title this year.”
Fans of the club have also commented saying they are ‘gutted’ to see him leave and that he will be missed.
As well as Swansea, Lee has also played for Wrexham, Bristol City and Leeds United in his career.
It was announced in May 2018 that Trundle would be joining the Bluebirds having helped Llanelli Town to promotion to the Welsh Premier League.
Lee now joins a team that sit top of Division 3 and his inclusion is likely to give a further boost to their promotion hopes.