Brighouse Town has confirmed this afternoon the departure of Laurence Sorhaindo, who has made a move to Guiseley AFC in a deal that remains undisclosed. The talented footballer, who joined Brighouse Town from Silsden in 2020, leaves the club after a commendable spell during which injuries hindered his goal-scoring contributions. Sorhaindo managed to find the back of the net 29 times throughout his tenure with the club, showcasing his exceptional skill and potential.

The 2021/22 season proved to be the pinnacle of Laurence Sorhaindo’s career at Brighouse Town, where he exhibited his scoring prowess by notching an impressive 23 goals in league competitions. Unfortunately, injuries plagued his time at the club, preventing him from further building upon his goal tally.

In light of Sorhaindo’s departure, Manager Vill Powell expressed his thoughts on the talented striker, saying, “Laurence was great with us and great to work with. He has a lot of potential, unfortunately, his time was marred with injuries with us but hopefully, he’s over them now and can kick on. He’s a great lad in the dressing room, a great character, and he goes with our best wishes.”

The entire Brighouse Town community extends their good wishes to Laurence Sorhaindo for his future endeavours. The club emphasised that Sorhaindo will always be welcomed back to the stadium with open arms, reflecting the high regard and appreciation they hold for the player.

Sorhaindo’s move to Guiseley AFC marks a new chapter in his career, and fans eagerly anticipate witnessing his continued growth and success on the field.