Ex-Dynamos Player Leaves English Club And Thanks Them With Emotional Letter

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Paul White in action for Forest Green. Photo by Gavin O'Connor.

Paul White in action for Forest Green. 

AS the final deals of the English transfer window were being done, ex Tralee Dynamos goalkeeper Paul White, made the announcement that it was time for him to depart Forest Green Rovers.

The decision was made due to the lack of action White has seen between the posts in his two-and-half-years at the Gloucestershire club.

In that time, the 20-year-old former Ireland U18 international made only one competitive appearance for Forest Green who play in the fifth tier of English football.

Despite this, Paul White, has shown respect to the club and a lot of integrity by writing a heartfelt letter to Forest Green to show his gratitude for his time there.

“Leaving is really hard to digest at the moment,” writes Paul from Castleisland and was previously on the books at Cork City.

“I’ve really settled in and enjoyed my time at Forest Green, but I think this is the best outcome for all parties.”

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“For me as a footballer I’m happiest when I’m playing and unfortunately that hasn’t happened at FGR, so the time is right for a fresh start and give myself the best opportunity to achieve what I want from the game.”

“There’s a few options on the table so I’ll have to weigh everything up and decide what’s best for me. It’s important for me to get as much game-time as I can in the next few months and then hopefully something will come about in the summer.”

“There’s so many people I’d like to thank. Everyone I met over my time here have become family to me and it starts at the top with chairman Dale, who I cannot thank enough for giving me the opportunity and the platform to become a professional footballer.”

“I’ll never lose the Irish accent, but I’ve embraced the culture of Stroud and will keep it with me for a long time.

I am grateful for everything the club and the people have done for me in my time at FGR, but as one door closes another door will open and I know I will go onto to have the career that I want.”

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