Former Yeovil Town right-back Brendan Moloney is to become a free agent at the end of his Northampton Town contract. The 29 year old had been offered a new contract at Sixfields at the end of the 2017-18 season, but the implication is that he has turned down that offer, with the Cobblers announcing that he will come off their payroll on June 30th at the end of his current contract.
Moloney made made 108 starts and seven substitute appearances for Northampton, scoring two goals in his three-and-a-half years at the club. He suffered from a number of injuries during that time, largely explaining why his average number of appearances for the Cobblers sat at under 30 each season. However, he was part of their 2015-16 League Two title winning team that has given them the last two years at third tier level.
His rejection of a new deal would imply that he has an offer in League One, or that one of the larger League Two clubs has trumped Northampton's offer. He had been on their books since January 2015, when he was put out on loan by former Yeovil Town manager Gary Johnson, half a season into a disappointing spell at Huish Park that reaped just seven first team appearances. His move to Sixfields turned into a permanent deal a month later.
Link: Brendon Moloney : Yeovil Town Statistics.
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