Stephen Ireland Departed From Bolton Wanderers Without Making Any Appearance For The Club

The former republic of international of Ireland named Stephen Ireland has recently left the club of Bolton Wanderers. But he left the club by mutual consensus and that so without making any senior appearance for the team. Stephen Ireland, who is 32 years old, joined the club of Lancashire on a short contract in the last October but he miserably failed to make an entry into the 1st team with the Championship club (cash strapped). The former midfielder of Manchester City, Stephen had spent last 5 seasons with the club of Stoke City, a stint that ruined by an injured leg and because of this injury he was out of action for almost 2 years.

Corkman Ireland, who started his career with the club of Cobh Ramblers before he joined Manchester City as a 15-year-old lad, had stints with Newcastle United and Aston Villa before he joined the Stoke. For Ireland, he made his senior debut in March 2016 and went on to make 6 appearances, scored 4 times, before he said goodbye to the international football. However, Stephen found himself at the controversy’s center after he withdrew from very important qualifier of Euro 2008 which was to be played against the Czech Republic. His reason for withdrawal was very awkward i.e. the demise of his grandmother.

But late, this reason was found to be false and later Stephen said that he left the squad because of some personal reasons, and after that, he never returned to international action. A statement made by the club read that “Bolton Wanderers can now confirm that the contract of Stephen Ireland with their club has been canceled and it was done by mutual consensus.” But Stephen has not made any statement yet.

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