Danny Kedwell has made the move back to Havant & Waterlooville following a 3 month spell at Hollands & Blair.
The former Gillingham captain has rejoined the National South side following the uncertainty of football at this level due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Kedwell leaves Star Meadow with Blair’s blessing and is back in full-time football after accepting an offer from Hawks boss Paul Doswell.
The 37 year-old scored 4 times for Blair, despite playing in an unusual midfield role and has not ruled out a return when the situation improves.
Speaking to ‘Kent Online Sport’ Kedwell only had good things to say about everyone at Star Meadow.
“I’ve left Blair at the minute – I was non-contract anyway – and we’ll just see how it goes.
“I can’t keep sitting around waiting to play again – this lockdown might be more than a month – and you’ve got to look out for your family.
“Blair have been great – they’re an unbelievable club.
“The whole set-up, from the management to the chairmen and the boys, they’re magnificent, and they all understand why I’ve done this.
“They all said you’ve got to go for it.
“I’ve really enjoyed my football at Blair but unfortunately this lockdown has come up and it’s changed everything.
Havant beat Cray Valley in the FA Cup yesterday but Kedwell won’t feature in round two – he’s cup-tied after turning out for Blair in the qualifying rounds.
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