Midfielder Wright agrees to cancel contract with Millwall

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JOSH Wright is leaving Millwall after agreeing to cancel his contract with the club.

The midfielder, who is currently on loan at Leyton Orient, has not played for the Lions since August.

Wright is not part of Ian Holloway's plans for the future and it has been agreed between the two parties to release him from the final six months of his deal at The Den.

The 25-year-old will become a free agent next week and is said to have 'two or three offers on the table', with a permanent move to Orient one possibility.

Alex Aldridge


35 thoughts on “Midfielder Wright agrees to cancel contract with Millwall

  • January 2, 2015 at 13:14

    Best news in the history of MILLWALL football club

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    • January 2, 2015 at 13:54

      That's a bit harsh mate. He hasn't done anything wrong, just wasn't good enough. He's not lazy like hoyte and ranegie, s**** like hoyte and ranegie, or a wage thief like hoyte and ranegie. I'd like to wish him good luck for the future and thank him for that goal against burnley.

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    • January 2, 2015 at 15:27

      @mfcmike: criticism is not worthy of Josh Wright, he never cost us a penny, never moaned or criticised the club when he wasn't been played and got on with his job. Ok he wasn't up to championship standard, but I wish him all the best in his career.

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  • January 2, 2015 at 13:16

    Honorable behavior from what seems to be a decent bloke, shame it didn't work out but he has done the right thing and is moving on with his career. Lets hope this shows some of the others what they should be doing.

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