10:00AM, Sunday 19 July 2020
Windsor’s influential midfielder Paul Coyne announced this week he is calling time on his playing career.
Coyne revealed his decision to retire from the playing side of the game to Windsor’s management team and players on Wednesday evening.
He felt it was time to take that step due to family and work commitments.
Coyne first played for the Royalists in August 2005, when he was signed up by Dave Carroll after leaving Watford. In three seasons he made 82 appearances and netted three goals before leaving for pastures new.
Three years ago he was brought back to the club by then manager Mick Woodham. He went on to play a further 76 times for the club, scoring four goals.
A statement on the Windsor FC website said Coyne would be ‘truly missed on the pitch.”
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