Osborne Leaves Notts County

Sam Osborne has decided to leave Notts County despite being offered a new deal at the club following a season where he made 19 National League appearances before being voted the Magpies Young Player of the Year.

The Locally born 21 year old stated “This has been one of the most difficult decisions of my life.”

“Having been at Notts for so long, and being a Beeston lad, the club is a massive part of me and always will be.”

“I’m really grateful for the opportunities the manager gave me last season and the memories of my two goals and the part I played in helping us reach Wembley and the Trophy semis will live with me forever.”

“But I’m at an age where my priority has to be getting regular game time and, following discussions with my family, friends and the club, I’ve decided the best option is for me to move on.”

“I would like to thank everyone, including the fans, for the incredible support they’ve shown me. There’s no doubt in my mind that Notts are moving in the right direction and I’m sure it won’t be long until we’re back in the EFL.”

“I’m proud of everything I’ve achieved at Meadow Lane, including winning back-to-back Young Player of the Season awards, and I’m now looking forward to continuing my development by playing more regular first-team football.”

Osborne started out as a junior with Dunkirk FC before joining Notts where he came through the clubs Academy. The talented winger also had spells on loan at Basford United and Grantham Town in the Northern Premier League.

*Main image @Official_NCFC Osborne leaves with the clubs blessing for the future.

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