Clark's parting tribute to Jets

 

Daniel Clark in action during his final match for Jets - the thrilling 3-1 victory over Western pride on Saturday. Picture Albert Perez

 

Clark explains why he moved south

 

DANIEL Clark has paid tribute to Moreton Bay United after agreeing terms with PlayStation 4 NPL Victoria side Hume City.


The midfielder, who joined Jets this season, was approached this week and granted permission by Jets’ coach Adam Piddick to attend a trial in Melbourne.


Clark impressed and has signed for Hume City, currently sixth on the 14-team NPL Victoria ladder. He leaves having helped Jets to seven wins and one draw in all competitions this season.


“I really enjoyed my time at Jets and thank everyone at the club – Adam, all the players, supporters and staff - for their help,” said Clark.


“But I want to make football my career and I think this is a move which could help me. The set-up is a bit bigger and competition for places a bit tougher down here.


“With Jets going so well, Hume made contact and Adam allowed me to go for a trial. Knowing people down here also made it easier.”


Jets coach Adam Piddick said the approach came “out of the blue”.


“We didn’t want to see Daniel go, but we have released him and wish him good luck down there,” said Piddick.