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Denson Leaves COLFC

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Luke Denson has left the Purps after three years at the club.

The former Tranmere Rovers defender signed for the club in August 2017 and made an immediate impact to then-manager Simon Burton’s side.

Denson caught the eye of Purps fans early on with his fine delivery from set pieces and eye for goal.

Having only recently signed for the club, Denno scored a blistering free kick to equalise against Nantwich Town in the FA Cup tie, as fans got an early hint of his ability from dead ball situations.


Denson was later appointed skipper and led Craig Robinson’s side to the NWCFL Premier Division title after a dramatic final day in Irlam.

Making most of his appearances at right back, Denson amassed 134 games for the Purps, scoring 19 goals in total.

We are sure all supporters will join us in thanking Luke for his time at the club and wishing him well in the future.




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