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Deulofeu Writes To Evertonians

Spanish wing wizard in tribute to fans, teammates and manager.

Deulofeu Writes To Evertonians

Gerard Deulofeu has written an open letter for Evertonians thanking them for their support during 2013/14.

The Spaniard spent the campaign just passed at Goodison Park on loan from Barcelona and also thanked his Everton teammates and Roberto Martinez in the letter, which was posted on his Twitter account.

Deulofeu made 29 appearances for the Blues last season, scoring four times.

His letter read as follows:

Dear Evertonians,

I would like to thank Everton and all their fans for this year so special in my career. A new country, a new club, a new way of seeing, live and understand football.

I have grown as a football player, but also as a person and that is why I would like to thank every person that has helped and accompanied me on this journey.

The club and the manager for the great opportunity, my teammates for welcoming me and to the fans for the fantastic support.

I am proud and fulfilled with my year at Everton, having both helped the club and hoping that the fans enjoyed my football.

I wish Everton lots of luck luck and success in the future.

You will always be in my heart.

Gerard Deulofeu

Deulofeu's letter as it appeared on TwitterDeulofeu's letter as it appeared on Twitter

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