Conor struggled to train as much as he wanted to at the back end of the season and his weekend work had an impact on his availability.
After joining from NCEL rivals Worksop Town in December 2015, the set-piece specialist made over a hundred appearances for the Brewers scoring fifteen goals. Conor and his family will always be welcome at the club. Who knows, he may pull on the Taddy shirt again should circumstances change.
“I’ve loved my time at Tadcaster Albion” said Sellars.
“I just want to thank everyone involved at the club for their support in my two and a half years at the club.”
Manager Mikey Morton said: "Conor has been excellent for Taddy, he is a great player and a great person too. We certainly wish him all the best for the future. He will be missed by everyone at the club and he’s got a lot to offer still as a player should his workload allow."
We would like to thank Conor for all of his efforts and wish him all the very best of luck with his future coaching in football. If he decides at some point to put the boots back on there will sure to be a host of clubs chasing his signature.