The only way is the exit for Mark Wright at Crawley

Mark Wright in action for Crawley against Leeds in the FA Cup (PA Wire)
14:02pm, Tue 18 May 2021
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Reality television star Mark Wright has been released by League Two club Crawley

The 34-year-old, who is best known for appearing in the ITV series ‘The Only Way Is Essex’, joined the Reds last December after a trial and featured in two matches – the FA Cup giant-killing victory over Leeds and a league defeat to Harrogate.

Wright enjoyed a previous spell with Crawley in the 2006-07 season.

He was one of six players the club announced on Tuesday had been released, along with Tarryn Allarakhia, David Sesay, Stuart Nelson, Josh Doherty and Joe McNerney.

The club triggered one-year contract options on a further five players – Jack Powell, Jordan Tunnicliffe, Tom Nichols, Ricardo German and Glenn Morris – and confirmed they were in contract negotiations with Dannie Bulman.

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