STRIKER Demetri Brown has been released by Hereford FC after only making two competitive appearances from the bench.
The 25-year-old striker scored 13 goals from 28 starts for Worcester City last season.
However, after signing for the Bulls in February the season was curtailed.
Brown played his part in pre-season before suffering an injury at Chippenham Town.
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He returned as a substitute in the Chorley and Kettering draws at Edgar Street and was without a competitive goal in his two short appearences
Last week Brown was one of three Bulls players who signed a dual registration with Worcester City.
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Brown scored twice on his return for Worcester at the weekend in their 3-2 FA Vase defeat.
He was absent from last night’s defeat at Chester which manager Josh Gowling said was due to ‘a family issue’.
However, today Hereford have confirmed that Brown has been released from the squad.
“It’s unfortunate that it hasn’t worked out for Demetri whilst he’s been here,” manager Josh Gowling told the club’s website.
“A number of injuries has meant that he hasn’t featured as much as we needed him to and so I’ve had to make the difficult decision to let him go.
“I’d like to thank Demetri for his efforts whilst he has been here and wish him well in the future.”