After being completely frozen out of the first team picture, only appearing on the bench a single time, since Neil Lennon's arrival, Medo Kamara, has found a new club to ply his trade.
The Sierra Leone international has joined Israeli side Maccabi Haifa on loan, with a view to make the switch a permanent one in the summer.
It marks the end to Medo's stink at The Macron, which began so brightly when Dougie Freedman secured the services of the defensive midfielder in January 2013 from Partizan Belgrade, for a figure between £300k-£750k.
The move looked to be a stroke of genius from our once great leader, as Medo made a string of fine performances as Bolton just missed out on the play offs.
But it would ultimately end badly, as a series of poor performances proved Medo to be quite limited in his abilities and never got a chance under the new boss.
Medo will leave the club having made 57 appearances and scoring three goals.
We wish him all the best with the rest of his career.