FEYENOORD AND JACOB LENSKY CANCEL CONTRACT

Feyenoord and Jacob Lensky are to go their separate ways. The Canadian midfielder’s contract will be cancelled on 1 September. The move comes after a request from the player himself, for personal reasons.

‘Jacob Lensky has indicated that he wishes to stop playing professional football completely, for personal reasons,’ says Peter Bosz, Feyenoord’s technical manager. ‘We have understood that he also wishes to return to his home country. Feyenoord is saddened by the player’s departure, given that his footballing qualities were unquestionable.’

Jacob Lensky signed for Feyenoord from Scottish club Celtic in December 2006, after a trial, for an amount in compensation for the player’s youth development. He made many appearances for the Feyenoord reserve team, debuting in the seniors in an away match at FC Twente under coach Erwin Koeman in the 2006-07 season.
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