Nuneaton Town bids goodbye and good luck to one of its longest-serving players today, as left-sided wizard Eddie Nisevic – a veteran of Town’s first ever competitive match - transfers to Blue Square North outfit Brackley Town.
Eddie, who will be fondly remembered by Boro fans for his mazy runs and clinical finishing, secured his place in the club’s history when he scored the winning goal against Chippenham Town in the 2010 play-off final. He spent part of last season out on loan at Brackley, helping them secure promotion from the Southern Premier League, before returning to play a part in Boro's successful play-off campaign.
Manager Kevin Wilkin said "We can only say positive things about Eddie and the time he has spent with us. The high point would be that goal against Chippenham to secure us promotion to the Blue Square North.
"He is a great lad, but he wants to be playing football regularly so sadly we have had to let him move on. We cannot blame him for wanting regular football and we wish him all the best with Brackley."
Wilkin added: "He has been a pleasure to work with and is still developing as a player so who knows what is in the future , but he needs game time to continue his development."