Midfielder leaves to join the Saints
Chelmsford City can announce that Chez Isaac has departed the club and will make a move to fellow Vanarama National League South side St Albans City.
Chez, 29, joined the Clarets in October 2018 from Dartford having previously appeared for Watford, Tamworth, Boreham Wood, Braintree and Woking. He soon made regular appearances for the first team and was a consistent performer in the team’s run to the National League South playoffs in 2019.
Chez was known for his versatility with the Clarets, having appeared as a central midfielder primarily but also as a right sided defender or wing-back and also appearing on the right side of midfield. He was also recognised for his hard-working displays and his wide array of passing.
Chez chipped in with 2 goals in his 119 appearances for the Clarets, and these were both against West Country opposition, in the shape of Weston-super-Mare and Truro.
Manager Robbie Simpson commented on Isaac’s departure, “After lengthy discussions during the summer, Chez has decided to move to a club closer to home. He’s had a house move and increasing job commitments so he’s had to prioritise.
“Chez has been very unselfish with us at Chelmsford City with regards to his contract but he’s still given his all to the club with his full commitment which just shows what type of person Chez is.
“We wish him the best in his next move and we also thank him for his efforts whilst wearing the Claret shirt.”
All at Chelmsford City would like to thank Chez Isaac for his efforts during his time at the club.