BRADFORD (Park Avenue) fans' favourite Nick Clee has made his next move after it was confirmed in May that he'd be exiting Mark Bower's side.

He will join up with Mossley A.F.C.

Clee (38) went on to make 39 appearances last season, scoring two goals in the process for Avenue. The midfield maestro went on to become one of Bower's most influential men during his five year tenure at the club, bringing a vast amount of experience to the side.

Speaking to the T&A in May after his departure was confirmed, Clee said: "It was a decision I did not want to make but it was not fair on my family to continue," he said.

"With my kids getting older now, it has become difficult to juggle everything.

"It's the travelling to away games which is the hardest part. The time it took to go to Hereford recently was an example of that.

"There just wasn't the justification of playing at this level where you have to travel all over the country."