Yeovil Town have announced official departure of two contracted players and two loanees.
Louis Britton was signed on a season long deal soon after the arrival of Mark Cooper but has been deemed surpluss to requirements and leaves his deal six months early by mutual consent.
He played just a handful of times, scoring in the Somerset Men’s Premier Cup against Taunton.
Jake Scrimshaw has been missing from squads since the 22nd of October, he was a late subsititute in the 2-0 defeat to Oldham, Mark Cooper recently confirmed he had been dealing with a “personal issue”, but he now leaves the club.
He departs with as much as 18 months left on his original deal having made just four subsitute appearances, he failed to score in Green and White.
Loanees Ewan Clark and Sam Pearson have also seen their deals expire and they return to Bristol City.
Pearson has confirmed a move to AFC Wimbledon after recovering from fatigue, his last game was also that 2-0 defeat to Oldham.
He returns to Ashton Gate having scored twice for the Glovers.
Ewan Clark, seen by many as Pearson’s replacement, also returns to Bristol with six games under his belt. The tricky winger was last seen in the 0-0 against Scunthorpe at Huish Park on December 10th.
We’d like to wish all four the very best for their future endeavours.
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