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Clinton ends his stay at Grecians.

FORMER Coventry City striker Clinton Morrison has left Exeter City. The Republic of Ireland international, Morrison, who turns 36 tomorrow, made 25 appearances for the League Two side after joining on non-contract terms in January but failed to find the net. Morrison revealed on Twitter that he wanted to stay with the club, saying: "It's nothing to do with wanting loads of money - I played for free last season.

"These things happen in football - I would have loved to stay. I hope next season they get promoted and I hope our paths cross again."

Morrison joined the Sky Blues on a free transfer in August 2008 after leaving Crystal Palace. He was top scorer for City during the next two seasons with 23 goals before he departed for Sheffield Wednesday in 2010.

After loans at MK Dons and Brentford, he left the Owls for Colchester United where he remained until being released last summer.

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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:May 13, 2015
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