Leverock leaves Estonian side
Danté Leverock, the Bermuda captain, has already agreed his next move after parting ways with top-flight Estonian outfit Narva Trans.
The club took to social media site Twitter to confirm Leverock’s departure before wishing him the best for the future.
“Danté was remembered for not only a confident defence game, but also a terrific connection to the attack.
“On behalf of the club, we thank Danté for playing in the shirt of our club and we wish you good luck in his future career.”
However, it appears the central defender will not be without a club for too long having revealed to The Royal Gazette that he has his next move already lined up, with the identity of the club set to be announced imminently.
“I have agreed a deal with a new club,” said Leverock who made 34 appearances for Narva Trans, scoring eight goals in the process.
“They’re an ambitious club with a new manager looking to have a successful season.”
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