However, on 29 September he was replaced as captain by Russell Martin, less than two months later.Peterborough Manager Darren Ferguson put the decision down to Morgan's involvement with the Welsh national team, which often saw him miss while on international duty, stating: "Craig did fine, it's nothing about that, he was just missing games." finishing as runners-up to Leicester City and reaching the Football League Championship.as the club won promotion to League One by finishing as runners-up to Milton Keynes Dons.Ahead of the club's League One campaign in the 2008–09 season, Morgan was handed the captaincy of the team at the age of just 23, taking over from Micah Hyde.After being sent off over professional foul in a 2–1 loss against Yeovil Town on 28 January 2012, Morgan was partly used due to injury and then falling out of favour by newly manager Graham Westley.Five days later, Morgan made his debut, coming on as a substitute, in a 6–2 loss against Port Vale.
"Any support myself or the school can offer is available to the family and the many young people who will be so devastated."The teenager had posted pictures of previous summer holidays onto his webpage on the social networking site Bebo.
The 2003–04 season saw Morgan begin to establish himself in the Wrexham first team, making 21 appearances in all competitions as the club mostly stayed clear of a relegation battle with a 13th-placed finish.
During the latter part of the season, Morgan was sent off for the first time in his professional career, in a 0–0 draw with Plymouth Argyle on 27 March 2004.
Craig Morgan (born 16 June 1985 in Flint) is a Welsh international footballer who plays as a central defender for Championship side Wigan Athletic.
After beginning his career with spells at Wrexham, where he helped win the Football League Trophy in 2005, and Milton Keynes Dons, he joined Peterborough United in January 2007 after a short loan spell, helping the club reach the Football League Championship by winning consecutive promotions in the 2007––09 seasons.
"Craig was one of the very few students to be given an A grade for effort in every subject.