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Adam El-Abd leaves Bristol by mutual consent
Out of favour Adam El-Abd has left Bristol City by mutual consent despite having 12 months left on his deal.
Bristol City have announced that former Egypt international defender Adam El-Abd has left the club by mutual consent after just making 20 appearances since joining the club in 2014.
The former Brighton & Hove Albion defender had 12 months still to run on his deal with the club, but has found regular football hard to come by and has agreed to terminate his contract with Bristol City.
A statement on the club’s official website read: “El-Abd, 31, has found opportunities hard to come by and has agreed a settlement package which will see him leave the club this summer.
Everybody at Bristol City FC would like to thank Adam for his professionalism and wish him all the best in his future career.”
The 31-year-old joined Bristol City in January 2014 from Brighton but spent most of his time with the club on loan spells at Bury, Swindon Town and Gillingham, as his last appearance for the club came in November 2014 against AFC Wimbledon in the Football League Trophy.
Adam made 7 appearances for the Egyptian national team, scoring once against Uganda in a friendly game, but his last game for Egypt came in September 2013 against Guinea in World Cup qualification which the Pharaohs won 4-2.