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Morris sad to leave Iron on the back of relegation

Josh Morris has admitted it was a ‘shame’ to leave Scunthorpe United following the low of relegation, having spent three ‘great’ years at the club.

Morris, who signed for Fleetwood following the expiry of his contract, told the Blackpool Gazette he was sad to leave on a sour note with the club having spent the majority of the previous two seasons challenging in the top six in League One.

“It has been tough to be honest. The relegation was not good and I had a few injuries as well. That is part and parcel of the game”, he said.

“I really enjoyed my time there and had a great three years.

“It is just a shame it ended with relegation, but I’ve had a nice break and I cannot wait to get back and get going.”


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