GRIMSBY Town Football Club have agreed to release injured striker Liam Hearn following a request he made earlier this week.
The injured Striker made 15 appearances for The Mariners this campaign, scoring four times including one against Barnet in the game where he suffered a serious injury to his cruciate in front of the Lower Findus.
That injury came 16 months after the striker ruptured his Achillies tendon at the start of the 2012-13 season, which saw Hearn sidelined until an unexpected comeback against Cambridge United at Blundell Park almost a year ago to the day.
In almost three full seasons with The Mariners, Hearn made 72 appearances for Town, scoring on 34 occasions – including a massive 29 in his first season.
The club would like to thank Liam for everything he’s done during his three seasons at Blundell Park and wish him well for the future.
Town boss Paul says that he feels for Liam and that he will always be welcome back at the football club.
He said: "It is really unfortunate for Liam and we would like to wish him well for the future.
"Hopefully he will be back soon and he will be welcome back at the club any time."