Marlon Pack has today officially left Cheltenham Town and joined Bristol City.
Marlon Pack has today left the club and joined Bristol City on a two-year contract.
The young midfielder rejected a contract offer to stay at Cheltenham Town this summer but has remained on the books as he looked to resolve his future which has now been confirmed. Marlon joins League One side Bristol City after spending three years with the club including his initial loan spell.
Marlon made almost 150 appearances for the club before his departure today and he admitted it was a new challenge he had to take.
"I had a great time at Cheltenham Town and it's where I enjoyed my development as a player," said Marlon.
"The chance to move to Bristol City, the biggest club in the local area, was too good to turn down, but I thank everyone at Cheltenham for everything they've done for me and wish the club all the best in the future."
Marlon was named in the League Two team of the year for two season's running whilst with Cheltenham Town and he became a real fan favourite as well as a very respected character amongst staff and his team-mates. His departure almost came in January when a move to Swindon had been on the cards but the move fell through and he helped the club achieve a top six finish.
His service to the club off the field as well as on it was exemplary and we would like to wish Marlon the very best with his future.