Newcastle United man issues emotional farewell message as club statement confirms bad news

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The goalkeeper is among eight players to be released by Newcastle United.

Dan Langley has posted a farewell message after it was confirmed he is leaving Newcastle United.

On Wednesday afternoon, the Magpies published its retained list ahead of the 2023-24 Premier League season, and Langley was among eight players released.

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The Geordie goalkeeper made his senior debut during a pre-season friendly versus York City in July 2021. He also featured against Doncaster Rovers.

Langley started last season on loan at National League side Gateshead before dropping a division to join Spennymoor Town for the second half of the campaign.

The 22-year-old appeared for local sides Monkseaton Juniors and Cramlington Juniors before joining Newcastle’s academy in 2017.

“Six years on and my time at Newcastle has come to an end. Want to say a massive thanks to all the staff for helping me over my time here,” Langley posted on Twitter.

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“It’s been a honour to have been able to represent my boyhood club and meet some of the best people along the way. Thanks @NUFC for everything!”

Earlier today, United also confirmed the release of Ciaran Clark, Matty Longstaff, Harry Barclay, Niall Brookwell, Joe Oliver, Josh Stewart and Isaac Westendorf.

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