Bafana Bafana

Furman departs Doncaster

2015-05-18 14:37
Dean Furman (Supplied)
Dean Furman (Supplied)

Cape Town - Bafana Bafana midfielder Dean Furman has left Doncaster Rovers after failing to agree a new deal with League 1 club.

According to the club's website, Dean Furman has been released from the club after his contract ended.

Furman's name is on the list of "players existing deals have ended and have been released by the football club".

According to reports, Furman is aiming to secure a playing deal with a club in a higher league than Doncaster Rovers next season.

The Bafana Bafana skipper took toTwitter to confirm the news. Furman thanked the club, the manager and several other role players for their hard work during his time at the Keepmoat Stadium.

"Thank you to everyone at (Doncaster Rovers) including the manager & his staff,the great people working behind the scenes and the fans...." tweeted Furman.

"For all your support over the last 2 or so years. There's been some highs & lows with 1 high in particular which I will never forget!

"I would like to wish everyone involved at the club all the very best in the future."

Furman made 34 league appearances for the club this season, netting two goals.

Doncaster finished 13th out of 23 clubs in League 1.

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