Corby Town Football Club can confirm that former captain Phil Gulliver has left Steel Park, to join Evo Stik Division One side Kings Lynn Town.
The Club would like to thank Phil for his services and for playing an integral role in the successes at Corby Town during his time with the Steelmen.
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