Nuneaton Borough have placed on record their “massive thanks” to 14 goal striker Dior Angus after he returned to Port Vale following the expiration of his loan spell.
Angus is now in contention for a place in the Vale first-team squad and his chances have been further boosted by the recent exits of fellow forwards Scott Quigley and Idris Kanu.
Nuneaton Borough would like to place on record its massive thanks to Dior for his hard work this season and wish him all the best as he returns to League Two side Port Vale…
A statement on the Nuneaton Borough website said:
Nuneaton Borough’s top scorer has returned to parent club Port Vale after a fantastic loan spell at Liberty Way.
The striker showed brilliant form throughout his time at the Boro’, totalling 14 goals and two assists. He became a vital part of the side after signing for the club in July and will be sorely missed.
Upon his departure Angus said: “It has been massively helpful. The club means a lot to me anyway because of my Dad’s previous time here. I’m really thankful for everyone for letting me come and play here. I think it’s done me well. I appreciate it.”
The 24-year old also voiced his backing of new boss Jimmy Ginnelly saying: “We looked a lot better since he came in. Once they can be a bit more solid I think they’ll be a good side.”
Nuneaton Borough would like to place on record its massive thanks to Dior for his hard work this season and wish him all the best as he returns to League Two side Port Vale.