Former Yeovil Town striker Rhys Murphy has taken time to post a few words of thanks following his departure from Huish Park.
Murphy joined Southend United following a few weeks of rumours surrounding his future, his final appearance was a four-minute cameo in the

win over Solihull in April.

Posting on his Instagram account, the front man said;

 

“I’d like to say a massive thank you to absolutely everybody at Yeovil Town Football Club @ytfcofficial

I’m sorry I was not present on the final day of the season to say goodbye to you all due to some personal issues.

I’ve come to love this special club during my time here. It’s been a privilege to be a part of such an amazing group of people working throughout the entire club that helped me enjoy my time so much.

I’d also like to place a special thank you to the Gaffer and Terry along with all of my team mates during my two years and of course the amazing fans who I’ve absolutely loved playing in front of.

I only wish we could of shared more moments together had it not been for covid 19 preventing us. Your constant support from the moment I signed to the messages I’ve received wishing me well moving forward have been deeply appreciated.

I’m gutted we haven’t achieved our goal of promotion during my time here but I hope that success isn’t far away again for the club.

I will always have special memories and a fondness of my time here.

Thank you for having me at your very special club.

Rhys Murphy”

The former Arsenal and Chelmsford man played 64 times scoring 33 times for the Glovers, everyone at the Gloverscast wishes him well for next season with Southend… apart from two games obviously.

 


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