Michael Bryan and Anthony Thomas have left Hendon ahead of the new season

Times Series: Michael Bryan during his Watford days. Picture: Action Images Michael Bryan during his Watford days. Picture: Action Images

Hendon have lost two players this week with Michael Bryan and Anthony Thomas both opting to move to pastures new.

Bryan has joined Ryman Premier League rivals Hampton and Richmond Borough, whilst striker Thomas has opted to move to Canvey Island.

Twenty-four-year-old Northern Ireland international Bryan spent one season with the Greens, having joined from Corby Town in 2013.

The former Queens Park Rangers and Watford wideman made 42 appearances, scoring once, for Gary McCann's side last season.

Forward Thomas, 31, scored 17 times in 51 appearances for Hendon last term and scored 20 times in 59 appearances in total for the club.

The Hammersmith-born hitman lists Stevenage Borough, Farnborough, Bromley, Lewes and Wingate and Finchley among his form employers.

Speaking to the club website, McCann said: "Both players have been made very good offers.

"They go with our very good wishes, and our thanks for all their efforts throughout last season.

"The management team are disappointed to see them both move on, but we have to turn the page and move on."

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