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    mojo51 wrote:
    Wish Morrison all the best for the future, and feel that this is the right move for the club if indeed he was one of the large salaried players we had. Shame that he could not have been used to coach the strikers as he has played at a high level including International.
    May not be the thread for this but as far as Wilson, Thompson, Magnus & Wright are concerned, they too can all be injured and disappear into obscurity to make way for a stronger squad.
    Wilson has to be one of the worst Captains I have seen putting on a U’s shirt.
    I hope whomever is in charge next season has the youngsters playing rather than sitting on the bench and has the courage to move on some of the so called more established players.
    Gilbey & Drey Wright have proven this season that they are more than capable of playing at this level.
    Can tell you dont know a good player when u see one mojo, Wilson is a good player and will be a big miss next season!
    This club is going for kids next year which are no where near ready. Really worried for next season."
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Morrison to leave the U's

Farewell - Clinton Morrison will make his final Colchester United appearance at Walsall tomorrow after it was agreed he would leave the U's in the summer.

Farewell - Clinton Morrison will make his final Colchester United appearance at Walsall tomorrow after it was agreed he would leave the U's in the summer.

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Clinton Morrison insists he has no regrets about joining Colchester United, ahead of his summer exit from the club.

The experienced striker is set to make his farewell appearance for the U’s at Walsall tomorrow, after it was agreed he would leave by mutual consent.

Morrison’s contract is due to expire this summer and he will now seek pastures new, bringing down the curtain on his two-year spell with the U’s.

The 34-year-old has scored just four times for Colchester since joining them on a free transfer from Sheffield Wednesday, in 2012.

Morrison has struggled at times to hold down a regular starting-place but insists he has enjoyed his time at the Weston Homes Community Stadium.

He said: “I’ve got no regrets.

“I’ve enjoyed the two years I’ve had here and Colchester are a great club.

“It’s been brilliant and I’ll definitely look out for their results in the future.

“I’ll always look out for this club, because in my heart I’ve played for them."

For more on this story and all of the latest Colchester United news, including a three-page preview of their final game of the season at Walsall tomorrow, see Friday's Daily Gazette.

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