Hard to say goodbye for Grayson

Huddersfield boss Simon Grayson has hailed departing midfielder Joey Gudjonsson's contribution to the side's efforts this season.

Last Updated: 27/04/12 at 18:02

Gudjonsson: Grayson sad to say goodbye

Gudjonsson: Grayson sad to say goodbye

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The Iceland international has parted ways with the Terriers by mutual consent after spending two years at the club, having joined on a free transfer in June 2010.

The Terriers boss told the club's official website: "When I arrived at the club Joey hadn't featured this season, but just like the entire squad he started with a clean slate under me and got his chance to play in the side.

"Joey has received an offer to go back to Iceland to play and after coming to me, I agreed that he could leave. That move back home is motivated by family reasons and that made it a fairly easy decision to agree - particularly as we have a couple of players returning from injury in his position.

"I'm sure I speak for everyone when I thank him for his contribution and wish him the best of luck for the future."

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