"Stourbridge FC is now able to confirm, following the article in this week’s Stourbridge News that winger, Greg Mills, has left the football club for an undisclosed transfer fee and will join Bromsgrove Sporting FC, once the necessary paperwork has been completed and accepted by both the Football Association and the Southern Football League, to facilitate the transfer of his playing registration."
Glassboys boss Ian Long had earlier told the newspaper: "We've had a difference of opinion about the role he should play and it's best that we part company. It has been amicable and Greg has been very professional about it. Suffice to say, it didn't work out for Greg playing under us. The club is currently listening to offers and he goes with our best wishes."
The 29-year old Leicester based winger signed for Stourbridge in the spring of 2018 and soon became a favourite with many fans after making an explosive early impact to our campaign.
He later agreed contract terms with the club after interest from Kettering Town and in total he went on to net 24 times in 48 appearances (46 + 2 sub) in 2018/19. He just missed out on the divisional 'Golden Boot' which was won by Adam Marriott of King's Lynn Town.
This season he had appeared 11 times (9 + 2 sub) and scored twice, including rather ironically the winning goal against Bromsgrove Sporting last month in the Emirates FA Cup 1st Qualifying Round.
We sincerely wish Greg well with his move to Sporting - where he could be linking up again with Mike Taylor in attack - and thank him for his efforts over the past fifteen months or so.