Skipper Staying Put As Osborne Extends His Solihull Stay

Solihull Moors captain Jamey Osborne has confirmed his future at the club as they look to go one step further next season.

A campaign of very fine lines ended in agony, defeated on penalties not only in the National League Promotion Final but at Wembley in the FA Trophy too.

Osborne earned plaudits for his performances in 2024 but there was doubt about if the 31-year-old would be back with his contract up.

That’s at an end now with a new deal signed and Moors says they are thrilled a player “embodying everything it means to represent our team week in week out” is staying put.

Head Coach Andy Whing has backed his team to return stronger in August and thinks their nearly season will drive them on next time around.

He told the club’s website: “We’re absolutely delighted that Ozzy has signed a new contract with us.

“On the pitch everybody can see what a top player he is and what he gives us but also off the pitch he is absolutely brilliant whether that’s at the training ground or visits with the Solihull Moors Foundation.

“I’m really looking forward to working with our captain again next season and hoping for another successful and enjoyable campaign.”

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