Ites favourite Kwasi Amoah leaves Sheppey United for a new challenge.
Kwasi, 24, made 43 appearances for the club over the last 2 seasons had this to say:
“To all the fans – saying farewell hasn’t been easy, it’s been a great honour to represent the club for almost 2 seasons playing for one of the best clubs with by far the best fans/supporters in the league. It’s been an incredible journey for me, of highs and lows, your continuous support is very much appreciated and I will never forget that. My heart will always be with the club.”
“Its unfortunate Ive had to leave this way before the end of the season, however i am at a point in my football journey where I need a new challenge and I feel this is the time for me to move on. However my spirit lives on amongst you all.”
“It’s been a privilege to play with my team mates and working with the coaches and managers, who have assisted in improving and developing me during my time with the club, I am proud of my contribution on and off the pitch – the hard work, dedication and sacrifices.”
“I have made long time friends during my time with the club and memories that will stay with me forever. I take with me great memories like winning the player of the year in my first season,and also reaching the Kent senior trophy final,and a whole host of memories. I’ve had the best time of my football career with the ‘ITES’ and i am forever grateful to have been part of such a wonderful football family.”
“Now for Appreciations & Thanksgiving”
“Matt Smith and family, Paul Rogers and family, Groundsman Roger and Family, Ernie and family including Captain Humble Ian, Harry Modsell and family ,Mike Wood and family, Paul Wilson and family, Shaun McCane and family, the youth, all my teammates, coaches, physio and many more. I really appreciate and thank you all with all my heart.”
Kwasi, you will be sadly missed at The Havill Stadium | Holm Park, but we truly wish you all the best for the future!