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Kourouma makes Ipswich exit

Ipswich have parted company with Cheick Kourouma by mutual consent.

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Mick McCarthy: Happy to let Cheick Kourouma leave

Mick McCarthy: Happy to let Cheick Kourouma leave

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The French midfielder joined Town in September on a season-long deal having impressed on trial, with his move coming after the Championship club eventually negotiated their way past a host of red tape regarding possible compensation fees to other clubs.

But Kourouma has failed to make a single first-team appearance during his time at Portman Road, with his only outings coming in friendlies and Under-21 matches.

Ipswich chief executive Simon Clegg said: "We wish Cheick every success for the future."

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