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Last Updated: 20/12/18 5:13pm

Stephen Ireland has left Bolton by mutual consent

Stephen Ireland has left Bolton by mutual consent

Stephen Ireland has left Bolton by mutual consent

Stephen Ireland has left Bolton without playing a game for them after his contract was cancelled by mutual consent.

The 32-year-old linked up with the Championship club on a short-term contract in October, but the club have confirmed Ireland’s stay has been brought to a premature end.

Ireland failed to make a first-team appearance for the club, who are second bottom of the Championship.

A club statement read: “All at BWFC would like to wish Stephen all the best with his future endeavours.”

Ireland was a free agent following his release by Stoke at the end of last season but following his Bolton departure, the former Republic of Ireland international has only played five first-team matches since breaking his leg in May 2016.

Prior to joining Stoke in 2014, Ireland played at Manchester City for five years before moving to Aston Villa.

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