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Peacocks Part Company With Experienced Trio
Peacocks Part Company With Experienced Trio
Southern League Premier Division South club Taunton Town have parted company with Plymouth-based trio of club captain Matt Wright, vice-captain Shane White and midfielder Ryan Brett.
Monday 25 May 20 I 09:53:57 I Photo by

Both Wright (pictured) and White joined the Peacocks in 2016, with the former arriving in the summer of 2016 from then-Vanarama National League South side Truro City.

 

The 29-year-old is an experienced forward whose early career was spent at Swansea City and Crystal Palace including a loan spell at Woking.

 

He helped Salisbury City win the Southern Premier play-offs before a stint in Sweden followed with Pitea IF in 2012.

 

He then went on to feature for Tiverton Town and Bideford until joining Truro later in 2014.

 

White, 30, who can operate across the back or in midfield, signed for Taunton in October 2016 also from Truro.

 

He began his career at youth level at Plymouth Argyle before going on to play for Weymouth, Falmouth Town and St Blazey until his switch to Truro in 2013 where he scored the play-off winner to gain promotion to the National League South.

 

Brett began his career with hometown club Plymouth Argyle.

 

After a spell locally with Plymouth Parkway, he spent three years at Salisbury City where he helped them win promotion to both the Vanarama National League South and National League.

 

He later joined Truro City ahead of the 2014/15 campaign and had three seasons in Cornwall until leaving in the summer of 2017 and signing for Taunton and was voted joint winner of the players’ player award in his first season.

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Peacocks Part Company With Experienced Trio
Peacocks Part Company With Experienced Trio
Monday 25 May 20 I 09:53:57
Photo by

Both Wright (pictured) and White joined the Peacocks in 2016, with the former arriving in the summer of 2016 from then-Vanarama National League South side Truro City.

 

The 29-year-old is an experienced forward whose early career was spent at Swansea City and Crystal Palace including a loan spell at Woking.

 

He helped Salisbury City win the Southern Premier play-offs before a stint in Sweden followed with Pitea IF in 2012.

 

He then went on to feature for Tiverton Town and Bideford until joining Truro later in 2014.

 

White, 30, who can operate across the back or in midfield, signed for Taunton in October 2016 also from Truro.

 

He began his career at youth level at Plymouth Argyle before going on to play for Weymouth, Falmouth Town and St Blazey until his switch to Truro in 2013 where he scored the play-off winner to gain promotion to the National League South.

 

Brett began his career with hometown club Plymouth Argyle.

 

After a spell locally with Plymouth Parkway, he spent three years at Salisbury City where he helped them win promotion to both the Vanarama National League South and National League.

 

He later joined Truro City ahead of the 2014/15 campaign and had three seasons in Cornwall until leaving in the summer of 2017 and signing for Taunton and was voted joint winner of the players’ player award in his first season.

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