Jonathan Hippolyte announces Bracknell Town departure

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Forward Jonathan Hippolyte has announced his departure from Pitching In Isthmian League side Bracknell Town.

The striker, who joined the Robins from Chertsey Town in November, revealed on his social media account that he had decided to leave the Bottom Meadow side.

Hippolyte wrote: “I’ve decided to leave Bracknell. I’m wishing all the boys and staff, all the fans all the best for the season. Enjoyed the last 12 months with you lot.”

26-year-old Hippolyte, who began his career with Maidenhead United, made two appearances this season for Bracknell and seven last season for Chertsey before the curtailment of the 2020/21 competition.

Hippolyte has also featured for Met Police, Staines Town, North Greenford United and Leatherhead during his career so far.

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