Karl Ledsham: Midfielder leaves Lincoln City by mutual consent

Lincoln City midfielder Karl Ledsham
Karl Ledsham played five times during a recent loan spell at Telford

Midfielder Karl Ledsham has left Lincoln City by mutual consent, just 10 days after he was recalled to the club from a loan spell at AFC Telford.

The 26-year-old was midway through a year-long deal with the Imps, having arrived from Southport in May.

Ledsham joined Telford on an initial one-month loan, which was extended by a further month on 12 December.

His last appearance for Lincoln came the day after former manager Gary Simpson was put on "gardening leave".

Ledsham scored one goal in 13 matches for the Imps and last featured for the Conference side in their 2-1 defeat by Altrincham on 4 November, in what was Chris Moyses' first match in caretaker charge.