FEYENOORD ANNOUNCE DEPARTURE OF SERGINHO GREENE AND THEO LUCIUS

Serginho Greene and Theo Lucius will both leave Feyenoord at the end of the present campaign when both players’ contracts come to and end. The club’s management has decided not to offer Serginho Greene a new deal or use the option to extend Theo Lucius’s stay. ‘Both Serginho and Theo are players who have their heart in the right place,’ said general manager Eric Gudde. ‘In recent years they have proven their value to the club, which thanks partly to them won a prize in the centenary year. But now the water is up to our necks, their contracts are coming to an end and the new technical management has announced the intention to go down another path, we cannot do anything but say farewell to them, as we earlier were forced to say farewell to Henk Timmer. We are very grateful to Serginho and Theo for their commitment to Feyenoord up to now and hope we can finish the season with them in a worthy way.’

Theo Lucius (32) arrived at Feyenoord from PSV in the summer of 2006. His impressive performances in his first season earned him the skipper’s armband immediately. The versatile Lucius became a very valuable player in midfield, in central defence and at right back. He has been a starter this season, too, although injuries have meant he has played fewer games.

Serginho Greene (26) swapped RKC Waalwijk for Feyenoord in the summer of 2005, becoming a regular in central defence in his first season at De Kuip. But after his excellent freshman season Greene lost his place due to injury. This season he has made just seven appearances.

Besides Greene, Lucius and Timmer, Michael Mols will also exit the first team squad in the summer. Mols has already announced his retirement. Chunsoo Lee will go on a yearlong loan to Chunnam Dragons in his native South Korea, while Timon van Leeuwen (currently on loan at Go Ahead Eagles) and Jeffrey Altheer (currently on loan at Excelsior) will also leave the club.
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