Carss released by Town

Huddersfield Town story posted by Garfield (Admin) on 03/05/2006
One of Huddersfield Town's League 2 play-off heroes, Tony Carss, has been released after just under three years at the club.Carss released by Town

The injured midfielder has managed just 20 appearances this season for the Terriers and hasn't been in Peter Jackson's plans. He was an ever-present in Town's promotion season of 2004 and a key player in the team. He was one of the scorers in the play-off final penalty shoot out against Mansfield Town. However, he played his last match for Town back in December and has since been recovering from a knee injury.

Carss said earlier: "It has been a frustrating season for me and, obviously, being let go while I'm still not fit is a concern and a disappointment for me.

"I've got to get myself fit and if my ongoing problem lasts beyond this contract then I'll be on my own, but with the help of Lee Martin (physio), who has been fantastic, and my own determination, I'm sure I'll get back.

"I've had some really good times at Town with the promotion and the goal against Torquay, and I've met a lot of good people, but no-one stays at a club for ever.

"My priority now is to get fit. If I convince people I'm fit, then I'm sure enough people value what I can do for a team and I'm confident I've got a lot of good football left in me to do more than a useful job for most teams at this level."


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