Billy Stedman exits Magpies for Northern Irish move

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Ex-Magpie Billy Stedman, right
	      Picture: GRAHAM HUNT
Ex-Magpie Billy Stedman, right Picture: GRAHAM HUNT

BILLY Stedman is continuing his trajectory back to professional football after deciding to leave Dorchester Town.

Former Coventry winger and Southampton youth product Stedman joined Dorchester after a season with Icelandic second division side UMF Víkingur Ólafsvík in 2020.

Dorchester helped the wide man return to fitness and form, with Stedman scoring twice in 11 games at the Avenue Stadium.

And an unnamed Northern Irish club has now come in for the 22-year-old, with his new destination expected to be announced tomorrow.

The Magpies said: “Dorchester Town Football Club can confirm the departure of winger Billy Stedman.

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“Billy leaves in order to pursue a great opportunity to get back into full-time professional football with a club in the Northern Irish Premier League.

“We would like to thank Billy for his efforts during his time at the club over the past few months, and he departs with the best wishes from everyone at the club with his move to Northern Ireland and for the future.”

Dorchester visit Hayes & Yeading in league action today (3pm).

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