We are saddened to have to announce that striker Levi Landricombe has made the decision to end his time with the club.
Levi joined the Yellows back in December 2015 and instantly endeared himself to the Tivvy faithful by scoring on his debut in a 5-1 win over Didcot Town at Ladysmead and went on to score an impressive 22 goals in his first 25 games for the club.
His first full season saw him rack up 44 goals in just 49 appearances as the Yellows returned to the Southern League Premier Division at the end of the 2016/17 season and the goals continued to flow at a superb rate over the next two seasons.
Meanwhile, in September 2018 he bagged his 100th goal for the Yellows in 1-0 FA Cup win over Bridport, a feat he managed in just 131 appearances and became the 19th player in the clubs history to hit a century of goals before what turned out to be his final season was disrupted by knee injuries.
Joint manager Scott Rogers "We're obviously all devastated to be losing a player of Levi's quality but we understand his reasons why too. For three years at least he was the first name on the team sheet each week and for me he's been one of the players of the decade for us and he's one of the most natural goalscorers at this level. Whoever is lucky enough to sign him will have one hell of a player. All the best Levs"
From everyone at the club, we thank you for everything you’ve done for us and we wish you all the best for the future.