Price per head services saw that earlier this month, West Ham confirmed that the Wales midfielder, who made it through the youth ranks at Cambridge United, would part ways with the club.
The 25-year-old’s career was heavily set back due to injury. It was limited to 121 appearances during the time that he spent at Upton Park.
However, pay per head sportsbooks saw that despite the decision made by the Premier League outfit to sever ties with Collison, the player was eager to show his gratitude to the club in a long statement on their official website.
The statement read: “The time has come for an end to my West Ham United career. What a roller coaster it has been – I have experienced plenty of ups and downs during my nine-year spell at West Ham.
“I hope I’m remembered as someone who gave his all in every game. Even when things weren’t going well, I always tried my best to have a positive impact, not just on pitch, but also off the pitch and around the training ground.
“I must thank the medical staff at West Ham. They have stuck with me through everything and have been fantastic throughout.
“The moody days, the down days, the rainy days, I have experienced every moment alongside some of the best medical guys I have ever had the privilege of working with.
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“As I move forward with my own career, I would like to take this opportunity to thank the fans once more. You have a fantastic set up, great staff and some wonderful players. As you move closer to the Olympic Stadium I wish you lots of luck.”
Pay per head sportsbooks were very sad to learn that Collison will leave West Ham, and wish him plenty of luck in the future.