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King's Lynn Town sell striker to Cheshunt for undisclosed fee





King's Lynn Town have parted company with striker Ken Charles.

The striker, who found the back of the net twice in Lynn colours this season, has joined Cheshunt for an undisclosed fee.

A short while ago the National League South outfit released a statement saying: "Manager Craig Edwards has moved quickly to add to his squad with known marksman Ken Charles.

Ken Charles volleys home Lynn's first goal. Picture: Tim Smith (60788876)
Ken Charles volleys home Lynn's first goal. Picture: Tim Smith (60788876)

"Earlier this season Charles scored five goals in six appearances for the Ambers while on loan at Theobalds Lane.

Negotiations this week and some late nights going through contract small print clauses have enabled the transfer for an undisclosed fee to take place and Charles be registered with the National League and FA in time for today’s match.

"Our thanks to the King’s Lynn Town admin team for their assistance in moving documents between clubs for revision and signatures enabling us to record the transfer in time for today."

Charles made 15 appearances in the Isthmian Premier for Cheshunt scoring seven times at the beginning of 2021-22 campaign, before making the move to the Linnets on a full-time basis.

Opportunities at The Walks have proved sporadic in recent months and the chance to be training and playing closer to home at a club where he has enjoyed success, for a manager he has worked with before, played a big part in Charles leaving.

The Linnets are back in National League North action with a trip to Leamington this afternoon.



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