Date: 8th January 2015 at 8:57pm
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Striker Jermaine Easter has now left Millwall following the cancellation of his contract.

Manager Ian Holloway’s continuing plans for this season and next show no signs of slowing down, and the 32 year old Welshman becomes another to leave early following a mutual termination of their deal.

Having come to us back in September 2008 firstly, and gaining himself a goal and a red card against Swindon in his debut, he returned in March 2013 and helped the club, under Kenny Jackett at the time, scoring again on his debut in our win at Charlton.

That summer the move became permanent and he leaves us having made a total of 46 appearances, the majority of which were from the bench, scoring six times.

Speaking to the official site as he departed, he said.

‘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.’

Easter ends by saying he’s made some good memories with us, talking about his second debut goal against Charlton and his 100th goal in the game against Norwich, although the result wasn’t what we wanted.

Easter becomes the fourth player to leave this January window, following Josh Wright, Paul Robinson and Scott Malone all previously going.

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