Cyrus Christie confirms Fulham departure after some ‘fond memories’

Cyrus Christie

Cyrus Christie is moving on to pastures new.

Ireland international Cyrus Christie has confirmed his departure from newly-promoted Premier League side Fulham, ending his association with the Craven Cottage outfit.

Christie was at the club for two promotion campaigns, and recently spent the last couple of months on loan at Championship rivals Swansea City.

During his time in West London, he also played for the Cottagers in the Premier League on a number of occasions, but his stint at the club has come to a close.

“I’ve got a lot of fond memories to look back on..”

“I’ve really enjoyed my time as a Fulham player,” Christie told Fulham’s media team.

“There have been a lot of ups and downs, but that’s part of the journey. Things happen and there’s stuff you can’t control, but I’ve thoroughly enjoyed my time there and met some great people, and the club as a whole was amazing.

“Obviously I would have liked certain moments to have gone better than they did.

“It didn’t work out that way, but I’ve got a lot of fond memories to look back on, especially the two promotions which were great occasions for the club and everyone involved.”

Cyrus Christie.

While he may be disappointed in leaving Fulham, he has recently earned himself an Ireland recall ahead of the Uefa Nations League games next month.

In the absence of Spurs’ Matt Doherty, Christie will be hoping to take his opportunity with two hands for Stephen Kenny’s side.

The Boys in Green begin their Nations League campaign with an away trip to Armenia, before then playing Ukraine and Scotland at home in the Aviva Stadium.

They will then round off their four-game window with a game against Ukraine in Poland.

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