Yeovil Town winger Callum Harriott‘s short spell in Somerset has come to an end after the club announced his departure, with both parties agreeing to a mutual termination of his contract.

The news comes after the Gloverscast revealed he had been called up on international duty by Guyana for the upcoming CONCACAF Gold Cup preliminary rounds.

The 29-year-old originally arrived at Huish Park in March on “a short-term deal” with an option to extend for an extra year at the time SU Glovers, led by Matt Uggla, were attempting (ultimately unsuccessfully) to turn their “stewardship” of the club in to a takeover.

The ex-Colchester United and Charlton Athletic player man did make a small impact in the three games he he did play for the Glovers scoring one goal in the 1-1 draw with Aldershot Town on Good Friday.

All at Gloverscast wish Callum the best in the future.



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