WEYMOUTH striker Yemi Odubade has left the Terras after two seasons at the Bob Lucas Stadium.

Odubade cemented his place in Terras' folklore by scoring the first goal in Weymouth's 3-0 win over Farnborough on the final day of their Southern Premier South-winning season in 2019.

He then bagged the vital last-ditch winner to defeat Dorking 3-2 in the National League South play-off semi-final in July.

Announcing his decision on social media, Odubade said: "After almost two years unfortunately my time as a Terra has come to an end. 

"What a journey we have been on and I'm truly gutted I can't continue it with you. #thatsfootball

"You've welcomed me into the Terras' family with open arms. Two promotions and everlasting friendships have been made.

"I am proud to say that I've played for such a great club and shared two of the most amazing days of my career with you.

"Thank you, hope to see you soon, Yemdog."

Interim director of football Paul Maitland also paid tribute to Odubade's character.

He said: "Yemi will be forever etched in the club's history for scoring two of the most important goals in the club's history.

"Not only is he a great player but he is an even better man.

"Thank you, Yemi and good luck for your future."

Odubade's departure follows yesterday's exit of former interim manager Bradley Asagba and coach Nick Bennett, plus player care staff Dave Popejoy.