Moles striker Brian Haule has left Aylesbury FC and his brother Davis could be right behind him, the club has confirmed.
Brian leaves after three years to join Beaconsfield SYCOB in search of increased game time. The club confirmed this week that Brian ‘wanted to start games’. But with the side in good form of late and Gareth Price ahead of him in the pecking order, boss Craig Faulconbridge club could not give the player any guarantees.
Brian’s brother Davis, a key midfielder, has been the subject of a seven-day approach from an unnamed club and FC confirmed he too ‘is likely to move on’ in search of first team football.
A club statement read: “For Davis, at the age of 39 and with the emergence of Ollie Hogg, Alex Kedzierski and Jack Thomson along with the form of Kwasi Frempong and Jerome Federico starting places are at a premium.
“Brian has been an excellent ambassador for the club and we wish him all the best with Beaconsfield. Good luck to both.”
Brian has had a long and distinguished career in non league football, making almost 150 appearances for Hendon where he notched 53 goals. He also played more than 80 times for Harrow Borough. He is a strong and powerful front man, who knows where the goal is and he was FC’s top goalscorer last season.
His brother Davis is a veteran of the non league game. He has played for Woking, Wembley, Hendon, Harrow Borough Staines Town and Ashford Town. The hard working, creative and industrious midfielder has been an asset in tearing through midfields for the club in his time. He was dubbed ‘Mr Consistency’ by fans and was a real leader on the pitch.