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St Ledger axed by Orlando
01 Aug 2015 18:06
Republic of Ireland defender Sean St Ledger has reportedly been released by Orlando City after a "serious breach of club policy".
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The former Ipswich, Leicester and Preston man made the move to the States in March after a successful trial and had been performing well for the Lions, keeping them in the hunt for a play-off spot.
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However, the club announced to local media today that St Ledger would be leaving the club due to a disciplinary breach.
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Orlando signed Real Madrid academy defender David Mateos midweek, and with a limited amount of international spot in the MLS outfit's squad, 30-year-old St Ledger was facing a battle to keep his place.
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St Ledger has been capped 37 times for Ireland but has slipped down the pecking order during Martin O’Neill’s tenure. He scored Ireland’s only goal at Euro 2012, a diving header against Croatia, and was a regular under Giovanni Trapattoni.
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He made the move to Orlando after being let go by Ipswich Town last December.
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