In what is likely to be one of the least surprising exits of the summer at Yeovil Town, young winger Gabby Rogers has confirmed he has left the club.

The 20-year-old has not featured since the 3-2 defeat in the FA Cup at $tockport County last November, and manager Darren Sarll has said on two occasions that he did not expect Rogers to play again – most recently here.

The player made announcement on his Instagram account which was reposted on Twitter by Eliot at @weloveyouytfc:

Earlier this month, Rogers turned out for Willand Rovers, a club in Cullompton near his Devon home, in a friendly against Clevedon Town – see here.

Rogers made nine appearances for the club this season, having made four last season and seven in the 2018-2019 campaign, and will be best remembered for a last-gasp winner in the FA Cup at Bromley last November.

From all of us on the Gloverscast, we wish Gabby all the best with wherever his career takes him next.

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