Midfielder Callum Rowe has left Yeovil Town following the expiry of the short-term contract when he joined at the end of August.
The 23-year-old was brought to Huish Park by former manager Chris Hargreaves and made his debut coming off the bench in the Glovers’ first win of the season, the 1-0 victory over Dagenham & Redbridge a few days after his arrival.
But, having come off the bench in the Bank Holiday Monday draw at Wealdstone, the former Aston Villa youngster suffered an injury which kept him out until he was given his first start in the ill-fated FA Cup fourth qualifying round replay at Taunton Town.
His last game came in the 2-0 home defeat to Aldershot Town which proved to be Hargreaves’ last in charge of the club.
Go well in the future, Callum.
Edit to say Callum Rowe has now since joined Salisbury FC and was part of their squad on Saturday
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