Jermaine Johnson has confirmed what we all suspected – that his seven-year love affair with Sheffield Wednesday is over.
JJ, who is out of contract this summer, broke the news with a Tweegram on his Twitter account, saying:
Just wanna say a big thanks to the fans for the undying love and support that I’ve been shown for the past 7 years. Really wish I didn’t have to go, but this is the life of football.
SWFC will always be a part of my life and I will always love and cherish my time. Sorry to say but it’s goodbye. #Onelove
JJ was our longest-serving player of the current staff, having been signed by Brian Laws for £250,000 from Bradford City in January 2007.
He has managed to both exhilarate and infuriate during his 223 games and 26 goals for the club … fans never knowing what to expect from the somewhat erratic winger.
However, his aibility to turn a game and be a match-winner over the years means JJ will always hold a special place in the hearts of Wednesdayites.
Good luck JJ … from everyone at the London Owls.