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Maidstone United defender Seth Twumasi may have played his last game for the club

By Craig Tucker

Seth Twumasi may have played his last game for Maidstone.

The right-back has missed United's last three matches due to his academy commitments in Ghana.

There's also still interest from League 2 Cheltenham, who wanted to sign him around the time he joined Maidstone.

Maidstone right-back Seth Twumasi Picture: Matthew Walker
Maidstone right-back Seth Twumasi Picture: Matthew Walker

Stones boss Jay Saunders said: "Seth's been away setting up his academy in Ghana. It's a big thing for him.

"The honest answer is I don't know but he probably won't be back with us.

"I think there is an offer from Cheltenham but this academy is for his future, it's a bigger thing for him to set it up and get it right.

"You're not a player for ever and, in the long run, the academy is for his future."

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