Man United goalkeeper pens emotional letter to the club as he makes exit

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After six years at Old Trafford, promising Manchester United goalkeeper Kieran O’Hara, has finally left the club following the expiration of his contract with the club.

O’Hara joined United from Urmston Town in 2014, but sadly, never made an appearance for the first team.

However, the 24 year old made some beautiful memories during his time with the club, and recently penned an emotional letter to the club to show appreciation for the opportunity he was given.

Taking to Twitter, O’Hara wrote: “The time has come in my career to part ways with my boyhood club, Manchester United F.C. I would just like to take the opportunity ti show my appreciation and gratitude in thanking everyone involved with the club.

“The coaches and staff who have invested their time and faith into me since I was 8 years old, my teammates who have driven me, day in and day out, to become the player and person I am today, and of course the fans for your continued support.

“I will remember you all forever and look back on my every second at the club fondly. I am grateful for each and every opportunity this great club has given me. To travel all over the world representing this massive club and makes friends for life has been special.

“However, after two season playing regularly away fro the club on loan, now is the right time to take the natural next step in my journey and move on in order to take the opportunity to continue with what I love doing, which is playing football. One Love, Kieran O’Hara.”

O’Hara is one of a number of players recently released by Man United, following the end of their contracts, but it’s good to see he’s taking it well, and we wish him the best in the future.

1 Comment on "Man United goalkeeper pens emotional letter to the club as he makes exit"

  1. May u shine where ever u r going… Indeed u have been a gud player at all moreso important one is maintains ua despline despite not play in the first team

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