Some Millwall fans have taken to Twitter to react to Steve Morison’s departure from The Den.
Confirmed by the club’s website, the 35-year-old forward has made a permanent switch to Shrewsbury Town after initially joining the League One side on a season-long loan deal earlier this summer.
Morison, who has agreed a one-year deal with the Shrews, made 157 appearances for Millwall in what was his third spell with the club.
During this period, the forward fired in 43 goals in all competitions including the winner in the League One play-off final against Bradford City in 2017.
Having made his debut for Shrewsbury last weekend in a 1-0 victory over Portsmouth, Morison will be hoping to get off the mark for his new side when they head to the Stadium MK to face Milton Keynes Dons on Saturday.
The Welsh forward’s goal-scoring exploits over the course of his time with the club saw him place fifth on the all-time list having found the back of the net on 92 occasions.
After the club announced the news concerning Morison, some Millwall fans took to Twitter to thank him for his services.
Here are some of the best responses from the club’s supporters….
Bye Morison a true legend of the club.
— Tommy Melluish (@MillwallForLife) August 8, 2019
Did I need to cry today? No
Have you made me cry today? Absolutely
— ???????????? (@J__LDN) August 8, 2019
All the best and thank you for the memories. One of my all time favourite players to watch. Scored some cracking goals.
— Paul Glassborow (@Paul_Glassborow) August 8, 2019
I’m not crying, you are!!
— Dean Wilson (@MeDeanWilson) August 8, 2019
all the best morro, thanks for the memorys….
— matthew hudson (@theyogstar1) August 8, 2019
All the best for the next stage in your career, you served us well, scored lots of goals, assisted with some more and was a great influence on the squad around you. Hope to see you back one day as a coach or something.
— Cllr David Horton????#GTTO (@foxyone01) August 8, 2019
My hero I don’t care what anyone says. He’s a legend forever at this club. We wouldn’t be playing championship football if he didn’t stick the ball in the net????????????????
— danny???????? (@dannybrava) August 8, 2019
— Kim Wheeler (@Kim2112) August 8, 2019