Yeovil Town striker Adam Morgan has finally left the club. The former Liverpool academy product, who has had a distinctly stop-start career at Huish Park, has signed for League Two side Accrington Stanley, allowing him the chance to move back to his North-West roots.
Morgan has signed a one year deal with Accrington Stanley, and has therefore cut his time at Huish Park short by a year, having been offered a severance deal by new manager Paul Sturrock to leave the club. He has said that he was glad to make a fresh start, but was reluctant to expand upon his time in South Somerset:
"The managerís given me this opportunity and the chance to play football and thatís all Iíve ever needed. I just want to show people what I can do and this club has given me the chance. I donít want to let myself or the club down. I donít really want to talk about what happened at Yeovil but it wasnít a nice time for me and I just want to start again here. I know that you donít become a bad player overnight and I want to prove that I can still score goals and contribute to the team."
Overall Morgan made 19 appearances for Yeovil Town, scoring one goal - from the penalty spot - with a loan spell with St Johnstone breaking up his time with the Glovers.
Link: Adam Morgan : Yeovil Town Statistics.
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