Nicque Daley during pre-season with Mount Pleasant Academy last year. He’s since terminated his contract with the club reportedly due to homesickness. (Image courtesy of Mount Pleasant Academy/Facebook)

Former Clarendon College daCosta cup star Nicque Daley, has been released by Mount Pleasant Acadmey by mutual consent.

Sporting Director for Mount Pleasant, Paul Christie, confirmed the development while speaking on Saturday on Sports Nation Live.

Mr Christie says Daley and the club agreed to an amicable split because the former junior national striker failed to settle with the club.

Daley moved from the United Soccer League, USL, in the North America in September last year. However, he’s had a minimal impact on the club. Fellow striker, Trivane Stewart, – with 13 goals – is vying for the golden boot.

Christie was quick to point out that the recent move to mutually terminate Daley’s contract with the St Ann-based club wasn’t a knock on the player’s quality.

According to Christie, the Kingston-born player suffered from homesickness.

Paul Christie, Sporting Director for Mount Pleasant, speaking on Sports Nation Live with Wayne Walker and Alrick Swaby.

It’s understood there are minor hurdles to clear before an announcement is made on Daley’s next destination.

Daley represented the national under 17, under 20 and under 23 teams. He moved to Drax Hall from USL II outfit Cincinnati FC on loan from Charleston Battery.

Meanwhile, Mount Pleasant are preparing to tackle Cavalier in the Jamaica Premier League on Monday.

The team from Drax Hall currently leads the JPL with 35 points, two ahead of Arnett Gardens. Cavalier is a point behind in third.

In recognition of Women’s Month in March Christie says the first 200 women who come to the game on Monday will be admitted free of cost.

Although Christie did say as the event is a celebration of women the club is open to extending the 200 women quota.