A summer of change is set to continue at Gloucester City with U18s forward due to leave for Kidderminster Harriers, Severn Sport understands.
Ochiago was a major performer in the closing stages of a wonderful season for the Young tigers, including scoring 9 goals in three games at the back end of the season.
With the announcement of co-manager Neil Mustoe’s departure last month , a summer of change was imminent as City look to continue their conveyer belt of talent that has produced the likes of Isaac Kelly, Will Tunnicliff & Noah Smerdon in recent years.
Ochiago may still be on show in the Midland Floodlit Youth League as it is unknown as to which Harriers side he will represent, but he is due to be given a chance to earn a first team place.
With pre-season training beginning in and around the county in the next month it will be interesting to see how the young Tigers line up, with some players moving on due to age and others moving on due to personal circumstances.
The 2017/18 league and County Cup double winners and Severn Sport Team Of The Year will be remembered as one who set the world alight every time they crossed that white line and have laid down the marker for the next in line.
A reminder that we kick off our 2018/19 season coverage with the Longlevens XI vs E.G. Carter XI Charity Match at Saw Mills, on Saturday 23rd June. Kelsey and Tyrell will be playing for the Longlevens XI whilst Ryan joins first team coach Mark Moore in the dugout as his assistant. The game kicks off at midday before activities continue at Longlevens’ Longford Lane clubhouse.