Ross Moriarty’s transfer to the Dragons next summer has turned toxic with the Wales international after biting to comments from fans on social media.
Reacting to the club’s statement on Facebook, Rich Keohane wrote: “Everyone knew it would be the case and you can’t blame his desire to play for his country, but his Twitter spat left a sour taste and now I just think good riddance.”
Andrew Robins added: “Why end of season? Get rid now.”
Scott Probert said: “Not surprising, I would’ve preferred that we released him early and negotiated an early exit fee. We don’t seem to be playing that badly when he’s not on the field.”
And comments from fans clearly annoyed Moriarty.
To think some of these comments coming from so called fans and grown men your not only embarrassing yourselves but @gloucesterrugby as well
— Ross Moriarty (@RossMoriarty6) November 28, 2017