League Cup hero Cammy Bell leaves by mutual consent

League Cup hero Cammy Bell leaves by mutual consent

in Club News January 31, 2018

Kilmarnock Football Club can confirm the departure of goalkeeper Cammy Bell by mutual consent.

A product of the club’s youth system, Cammy rose through the ranks to become a Killie hero and full Scotland international.

Cammy made his Killie debut in August 2009 in a 3-0 win over Hamilton, making 24 appearances as we maintained our top flight status.

The shot stopper established himself as the club’s number one and was rewarded with a Scotland cap in November 2010 in a 3-0 victory over the Faroe Islands at Pittodrie.

Cammy will be most fondly remembered by Kilmarnock supporters for his inspirational display in our 2012 League Cup final victory over Celtic at Hampden as we lifted the trophy for the very first time.

Moves to Rangers and Dundee United followed before he sealed a return to Rugby Park this summer.

Everyone at Kilmarnock FC would like to thank Cammy for his years of service with his place in the club’s history books secured.

Cammy will always be welcome at Rugby Park.

Cammy said: "While I’m extremely sad to be leaving, I will always cherish the many wonderful memories from my time with Kilmarnock.

"The fans have always been fantastic in their support and I’d like to wish the club the very best for the future."