Whilst we are sad to see Billy leave the club, the opportunity to once again play full-time professional football was too good to turn down for the former Leeds United youngster.
TNS are currently second in the Welsh Premier League but also feature annually in the UEFA Champions League as well as the Europa League which obviously speaks for itself as Whitehouse looks to climb back up the footballing ladder.
Billy joined the Brewers just over a year ago and went on to make the right-hand side his own scoring 12 goals and recording 25 assists in his 49 appearances at Ings Lane.
“I’m gutted to leave Taddy but it’s a really good opportunity to be back in full-time football” said Billy.
“I will be forever grateful for Tadcaster Albion and they will always be in my heart, I have enjoyed every single second of being at the club and that’s not just on the pitch.”
“You will definitely see me at some games in the future as I’ll still be supporting the Brewers wherever I am.”
Whilst TAFC Joint Manager Simon Collins is disappointed to lose a player of Billy’s calibre, he is pleased to see him return to full-time football. “We gave Billy a chance to play regularly and get back to the level he was at whilst at Leeds and Doncaster, and he did that.”
“It’s been a pleasure to be able to work with and develop a player like Billy who is desperate to improve every day. He’s a great lad with a first-class attitude and we have no doubts that he will thrive at TNS and beyond.”
We would like to wish Billy the best of luck for the future and hope that he makes it back into the Football League, we’ll be keeping a close eye.
Updated 22:15 - 31 Jan 2019 by Jay Taylor