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GOALKEEPER Lee Kendall has left Shrewsbury Town by mutual consent after having his contract cancelled.
Kendall joined The Shrews in summer after being released by Second Division Cardiff City.
However, the Wales Under-21 international failed to displace Shrewsbury first-choice custodian, Ian Dunbavin, and has become surplus to requirements after the club re-signed Mark Cartwright.
Shrewsbury boss Kevin Ratcliffe admitted he was disappointed that former Palace shot-stopper Kendall had failed to make the grade at Gay Meadow.
"We never really got to see the best of Lee," opined Ratcliffe.
"He played well at times but never really got to the level where he was pushing Bavo (Dunbavin) for the number one spot as much as I hoped."
Kendall, 22, has now moved on to League of Wales outfit, Haverfordwest County.
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