Morris agrees to stay away
By Alex Livie
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
The former Chelsea midfielder is under investigation for alleged sexual assaults and was suspended earlier in the month.
The fortnight-long suspension was due to come to an end this week but, following a meeting between the club, Morris's solicitor Angus McBride and deputy chief executive of the Professional Footballers' Association Mick McGuire, it was decided the player should stay away for another 10 days.
A statement released on the club's website read: "It is emphasised that this agreement should not be interpreted as any admission of wrongdoing by the player.
"Matters will be resolved within this period in accordance with the standard form of the player's contract."
Morris was arrested and bailed earlier this month by police investigating an allegation of a serious sexual assault and was also questioned in connection with another incident.