Boa Morte makes Spireites exit

Luis Boa Morte has left Chesterfield following the end of his short-term contract at the League Two club.

Last Updated: 10/01/13 at 14:54

Boa Morte: Failed to earn new contract with Spireites

Boa Morte: Failed to earn new contract with Spireites

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Former Portugal international Boa Morte, who played in the Premier League with Arsenal, Fulham and West Ham, made the surprise move to the the Proact Stadium in October.

The 35-year-old forward made nine starts and four substitute appearances during his time in Derbyshire.

Spireites manager Paul Cook said: "Luis has been a model professional during his time with us and we thank him for his efforts but we have decided against extending his stay."

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