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Morgan Ferrier




Date of birth



185 cm





Forward Morgan Ferrier became a Tranmere Rovers player when he moved from Walsall on a two-year deal in August.

Beginning his career in the youth set-ups of Arsenal, Watford and Nottingham Forest, Londoner Ferrier turned professional with Forest in 2013.

Spending time on loan with Kettering Town, he left the City Ground permanently to sign for Premier League Crystal Palace in 2014.

Ferrier later moved on to Bishops Stortford Town and Hemel Hempstead Town before switching to Vanarama National League club Boreham Wood.

During the 2016/17 campaign, Ferrier scored 11 goals in 30 league games in the fifth-tier.

In July 2017 he signed for Dagenham and Redbridge, finding the net on eight occasions in his 30 appearances.

Ferrier returned to Boreham Wood in February 2018, scoring seven times in 15 outings as the Hertfordshire club as they reached the Vanarama National League Play-Off Final, only to lose to Tranmere under the Wembley Stadium arch.

Ferrier earned his move to the EFL with Walsall in August 2018, making over 38 appearances in a Saddlers shirt in Sky Bet League One.

A move to TRFC materialised in August with the 24-year-old linking up with Micky Mellon’s men at Prenton Park for the 2019/20 Sky Bet League One term.

Morgan is available to sponsor for the 2019/20 season. To find out more about player sponsorship, CLICK HERE.