Jordan Dibble is moving on after two seasons at the Causeway. In that time Dibble has played over 30 times in all competitions & friendlies with an outstanding win % record when he has played. Jordan played every minute of the 18-19 run to the Southern League Challenge Cup Final where he collected his runners up medal in our narrow defeat to Stratford.

Paul Michael said “Jordan has been outstanding for us on and off the pitch. He’s a popular member of the changing room, his attitude to learning and developing his game is second to none and he’s excelled on the pitch when given the opportunity. Jordan has found Alex Harris & now Andy Hannah blocking his path to that number 1 jersey and we both agree now is a good time for him to go out and rack up the games. I can honestly say that it’s taken two special keepers to keep him out of the team. I’d like to thank Jordan for all his efforts and wish him all the very best for the future.”

Everyone at Cinderford Town wishes ‘Dibbs’ the best for the future.

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