Football Manager player releases footballer he went to school with for brutal reason
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A Football Manager streamer brutally released one of his players who he went to school with.
He regularly streams his saves and was recently managing Weston-Super-Mare, who are currently 11th in the National League south.
And the FM fanatic has gone viral after a savage decision he made which was based on real-life events.
He discarded striker Marlon Jackson, who he was classmates with back in school, because he didn't like him as. a youngster.
Hood Gaming said: "This is a really interesting one. I went to school with this guy. Marlon was in my year at school.
"I personally thought he was a bit of a n**head. Sorry Marlon. Bye."
It was at this point where Jackson's contract was terminated. The club were forced to pay him £12,000 in compensation.
Jackson came through the ranks at Bristol City but only made a handful of appearances, instead spending time out on loan at the likes of Hereford United, Aldershot, Northampton, Cheltenham and AFC Telford United.
He then signed with Hereford permanently and has played for an array of clubs, including Bury, Halifax Town, Oxford City, Newport County, Gloucester City and Chippenham Town.
The striker has had two spells with Weston-super-Mare, having returned on a free transfer in 2021.
The 32-year-old scored three goals in nine appearances this season.
Jackson is to respond to the content creator but it seems as though some people struggle to forget the goings on at school.