Wednesday, 31 May 2017

Wednesday, 31 May 2017

Etheridge Issues Parting Statement as He Agrees Cardiff City Switch

27-year-old, Enfield born Etheridge was offered a new three-year contract by Walsall but has opted to join Cardiff City at the end of his current deal.
Soon-to-be former Walsall goalkeeper Neil Etheridge, who has agreed to join Sky Bet Championship side Cardiff City following the expiration of his Walsall contract on 30th June, has taken to Twitter to thank the club, its staff players and fans for their support during his time in the side.

Neil, who was speaking via a now traditional parting iPhone note, said; "I would like to take the time to thank everyone involved at Walsall Football Club, from the players and staff to everyone behind the scenes that makes that place tick and a great environment to work in.

"I can't thank enough the people at the club over the last 2 years that have made me into the player and character I am today. They know who they are and will always be very close to me.

"Over my 2 seasons at the club so much has go on, from Play-offs, manager changes, changes on the field last summer, I have played with basically 2 different teams but both were amazing both on and off the field.

"Of course you guys the supporters, THANK YOU! Not always was I able to please you all but I know I always gave everything I had wearing he Walsall shirt. I'm on to a new adventure and I hope you all enjoy the rest of your summer."

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