A REUNION is on the cards for one former York City manager and recently released centre-halve Sam Sanders.

Sanders has reunited with ex-York manager John Askey, signing a two-year deal at Truro City. 

It was confirmed on Wednesday afternoon that Sanders' contract with York had been mutually cancelled, with game time expected to be limited for the upcoming 2024/25 season. 

Sanders has since returned to his former side Truro, who he spent the 2023/24 season with. 

The 22-year-old made 27 appearances in a chaotic Vanarama National League South campaign for Truro, who were forced to play their matches in Gloucestershire due to issues with the quality of their home pitch. 

Sanders was highly-regarded by both the Tinners and Askey, who signed as Truro boss last week. 

The duo have previously worked together at York, having each earned promotion from the Vanarama National League North in the 2021/22 season. 

Injuries disrupted Sanders' season in the Vanarama National League with City, with Askey's controversial sacking in November 2022 seeing the centre-halves' game time limited over the remainder of the campaign. 

Sanders would go on to make 33 appearances for the Minstermen, 13 of which came in a loan spell before his move was made permanent from Nottingham Forest. 

Elsewhere, a released member of the York academy has found himself a new club. 

George Harrison, who initially signed for the City academy from local Northern Counties Eastern League premier division side Pickering Town during the 2021/22 season, has found himself a new club after exiting the Minstermen. 

Harrison has returned to Bridlington Town, whom he had previously featured for in a loan deal from October 2023.

The young winger penned a professional deal with York before the commencement o the 2023/24 season, but failed to make a senior appearance for the club.