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offline CIFC - Y.A

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All the best for the future Ty, thanks for everything, not just the football, for everything you've done for the club. A great bloke, we all wish you best of luck for the future.

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Fair play to TY for arranging the benefit match for Gary Thompson, that was an amazing thing to do!

From the playing side of things i felt he did ok over last season but never really stood out as an outstanding player..

I think all the injuries took there toll in the end

offline YELLOW

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Not really a surprise. Always felt Ty struggled with his fitness and never really showed what he is capable of doing.

Best moments? That superb goal away to Kettering and a sublime free kick on the opening day of last season against Basingstoke.

offline A Non E Mouse

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I'm sure Jeff felt that bringing Ty to the Lane and the benefits it may bring was a gamble worth taking. It's a shame Ty never got to consistently show us the form that allowed him to play at a higher level. As you say Yellow "not really a suprise" - hope everything goes well for him in the future. <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/applaus.gif" alt="" />

offline CIFCislander

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On a footballing side, not to gutted that he has gone as his injuries never gave him the chance to play on a regular basis but on his day he did show he was a class act, as yellow said that goal at kettering was superb, i remember all the kettering fans applauding aswell.

as a person he was a nice fella and the amount of effort he put in for that charity game was sheer class.
Good luck in the future TY

offline richard sparkes

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yeah good luck ty,maybe this has freed up some wages for a poss new player

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