Jermaine Easter and Millwall agree to go their separate ways

© Edmund Boyden
© Edmund Boyden

MILLWALL striker Jermaine Easter has today been allowed to find a new club after his contract was cancelled.

The former Welsh international had six months remaining on his current deal but Ian Holloway has sanctioned the move to release the forward.

Easter becomes the third player this month to agree to a contract termination.

The 32-year-old made 46 appearances for Millwall, scoring six goals, his last being a consolation in Millwall's 6-1 Boxing Day reverse to Norwich City.

Easter told the club's official site: "I would like to wish everyone at Millwall the very best for the remainder of the season and hopefully they can retain their Championship status.

"The manager is trying to bring new faces in to help achieve that goal, so I fully understand the situation.

"I would like to thank him, the staff, players and the fans who have been very good to me throughout my time at The Den."

Jay Taylor


16 thoughts on “Jermaine Easter and Millwall agree to go their separate ways

  • January 8, 2015 at 21:50

    Good luck in the future jamaine, top professional and a great attitude.

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  • January 8, 2015 at 21:53

    Yes, good luck from Lion Fans,J. Easter we enjoyed your goals, hope you get on well in the future. ( NOLU, WDC )

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