Simeon Jackson and Anton Ferdinand leave St Mirren

Simeon Jackson and Anton Ferdinand leave St Mirren

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St Mirren have announced the departure of striker Simeon Jackson. Jackson netted six goals in 32 appearances after arriving in September last year. The club confirmed their loan players and Anton Ferdinand – who revealed he was leaving last week – would also depart along with Adam Eckersley, who spent the second half of the season on loan at Forfar. A statement read: “St Mirren Football Club can confirm that Anders Dreyer, Brad Lyons, Danny Rogers, Duckens Nazon, Jordan Holmes, Kyle McAllister, Laurentiu Corbu, Lee Hodson and Mihai Popescu have returned to their parent clubs as their loan deals come to an end. “We can also confirm that Anton Ferdinand and Simeon Jackson will leave the club following the expiry of their contracts, while Adam Eckersley has joined Airdrieonians.” Manager Oran Kearney added: “I’d personally like to thank all of the players for their efforts during their time at St Mirren and wish them all the best for the future. We are working hard behind the scenes as we look to add to the squad.” Topics Simeon Jackson, Scottish Premiership, St Mirren Rock-bottom St Mirren must beat Dundee – striker Nazon St Mirren rue missed penalty in defeat to St Johnstone Oran Kearney: I took Simeon Jackson off penalty duty St Mirren staying hopeful for McGinn’s recovery My head is at Leicester, says reported Manchester City target Ben Chilwell McCormack to leave Villa after club reach agreement to release striker Incoming Huddersfield chairman Phil Hodgkinson fined by FA for betting breaches Qatar gives Reds fans booze boost for pre-Christmas Club World Cup visit McCarthy says Denmark insults could have positive effect on Republic of Ireland Real Madrid expect to complete THREE signings by next week 10 big players who are available on free transfers this summer Quiz! Can you name Liverpool’s line-ups from their last six European finals since 2001? 6 returning Premier League loanees who could shine with their parent clubs in 2019/20 31 things everybody forgot happened in 2018/19

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