Midfielder Scott Pollock has told Yeovil Town he is unavailable for the next four months, according to Glovers’ boss Mark Cooper.

The 22-year-old arrived at Huish Park in March when the club was under the ‘stewardship’ of SU Glovers, the group led by now-York City owner Matt Uggla, suffering with a knee injury which limited him to just seven appearances.

Speaking to our man Ian Perkins at his press conference ahead of this weekend’s home match with St Albans City, Cooper said: “Scott Pollock is injured for four months I believe. He has had a consultation.

He said his knee was sore in pre-season and now he has had a consultation and said he is going to be out for four months. He signed with the same injury and he is out for four months.”

The manager also confirmed that Pollock was under contract for a further two years at Huish Park although he has not been given a squad number for the National League South season and his image has disappeared off the club’s official website.

His last appearance saw him play the full 90 minutes in the 1-0 defeat at Boreham Wood on the final day of last season.

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