Steelmen hit by Taylor’s Harrogate return

Cleveland Taylor, pictured during what proved to be his final game in a Corby Town shirt this season against Hungerford Town at the weekend, has returned to Harrogate Town

Cleveland Taylor, pictured during what proved to be his final game in a Corby Town shirt this season against Hungerford Town at the weekend, has returned to Harrogate Town

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Corby Town have confirmed that Cleveland Taylor has returned to Harrogate Town after his loan spell with the Steelmeen came to an end following the 2-0 defeat to Hungerford Town on Saturday.

The experienced winger had been a hit at Steel Park, particularly with joint-bosses Tommy Wright and Andrew Wilson.

However, with off-field issues still dominating proceedings at the Calor League Premier Division club, Wright has confirmed the money problems have played a part in Taylor’s return to his parent club.

Wright said: “Sadly Cleveland has returned to Harrogate, as we can’t afford to keep him here with us anymore.

“He has been fantastic during his time with us and is a player that both myself and Stan (Wilson) have really enjoyed working with.

“Cleveland has been a great influence on the dressing-room through an extremely difficult situation and has been brilliant with the young lads here such as Harry May and Connor Kennedy.

“We are grateful for everything that he brought to the side and will monitor his situation ahead of next season.”