Willo Flood leaves Dunfermline after just nine days and Twitter loves it

first_imgBali or Dunfermline? Cannae say I blame Willo Flood. pic.twitter.com/QUDuIMHt76— Marc (@MarcJWallace) June 27, 2018 got a Willo Flood tattoo yesterday😡😡😡— Ricki Lord (@ricki2901) June 27, 2018 Just about ended myself when I read the departing Willo Flood saying “I really enjoyed my time at Dunfermline and wish them every success”. He joined them nine days ago. 😂— Stuart Mathie (@stuartmathie) June 27, 2018 Willo Flood looks like he’d get sunburnt opening his fridge. What’s he doing going to Bali?— jamie (@JamesVonDoom) June 27, 2018 Highlights of Willo Flood’s career at Dunfermline. pic.twitter.com/mU4mNM4QMl— WWE SPFL 🤼‍♂️⚽️ (@WWESPFL) June 27, 2018 1 [Willo Flood’s spell at Dunfermline.] pic.twitter.com/nyn4yulB2E— Simpsons SPFL (@SimpsonsSPFL) June 27, 2018 Ye know he doesn’t like foreign food either. Aw he eats is scotch broth (with big lumps of potato) and soda bread.— jamie (@JamesVonDoom) June 27, 2018 Willo Flood was a Dunfermline player for just nine days before deciding to pack his bags and head for the sunshine. Apparently, everybody loves the sunshine.The 33-year-old got an offer from Bali and couldn’t turn it down.“Before joining our club, Willo had highlighted that it had always been his ambition to continue his playing career abroad, and had been seeking such a move over the last couple of seasons. However, no opportunity had arisen, until last weekend. He has now received an attractive offer from Bali United,” a statement on the club’s website read. Flood added: “I would like to thank Allan and the club for their understanding in this matter, as I fully appreciate it leaves them in a very difficult and embarrassing position. This opportunity is just too good for me and my family to turn down. I have only been in training for a week, but I have really enjoyed my short time at East End Park and genuinely wish the club every success this season.”Johnston, his manager, said: “We are obviously disappointed to lose a player of Willo’s experience, but he had a clause in his contract for a very short window to allow him to move abroad. There is simply no point retaining an unhappy player at our club. However, we have retained the first option on Willo, should he return to Scotland, as he has already proved to be a great professional.” Willo Flood at Dunfermline. ZERO defeats. ZERO red cards. ZERO on-field tantrumsA changed man.— Oldfirmfacts (@Oldfirmfacts1) June 27, 2018last_img

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