Morrissey parts company with management team

He's also without a record label at present

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Morrissey has parted company with his management team, the singer has announced.

In a statement posted on True-to-you.net, Morrissey confirmed that he is not working with Front Line Management anymore.

The statement reads:

“Following consultation with my lawyers, I wish it to be known that I have terminated with immediate effect my association with Front Line Management (Irving Azoff, Andy Gould and Lil Gary), who no longer have any rights to issue any statements on my behalf. I would also like to stress that I have no association with accountants appointed by Front Line, namely London & Co.”

In December, Morrissey revealed that he is still without a record label at present, having left Universal in November.

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