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Central defender Stephen Bronsky leaves Elgin City


By Jonathan Clark

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DEFENDER Stephen Bronsky has left Elgin City, the club announced this morning.

Bronsky, who is a policeman based in the central belt, cannot commit to playing for the Black and Whites any further due to his work.

The 26-year-old played for City for four years, making more than 100 appearances and becoming a mainstay at the heart of the defence.

Elgin City's Stephen Bronsky...Elgin City FC (3) vs Inverness Caledonian Thistle FC (7) - pre season friendly match - Borough Briggs, Elgin - 26/09/2020...Picture: Daniel Forsyth..
Elgin City's Stephen Bronsky...Elgin City FC (3) vs Inverness Caledonian Thistle FC (7) - pre season friendly match - Borough Briggs, Elgin - 26/09/2020...Picture: Daniel Forsyth..

An Elgin City statement said: "Sadly Stephen won't be extending his contract for the upcoming season.

"He sent an open and honest message to the club stating that, due to his new job, he couldn't give his full commitment to the club.

"We wish Stephen all the best for his career and would like to thank him for the commitment he has given over the past couple of seasons.

"Hopefully we see him back in an Elgin shirt in the future."


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