Mitchell Rose in action for Yeovil Town.
Picture courtesy of Mike Kunz.

Midfielder Mitchell Rose is playing on a month-to-month contract following his arrival at Yeovil Town, according to manager Darren Sarll.

The former Notts County and Grimsby Town player arrived at Huish Park at the end of last month having played just five games for National League North side Boston United last season.

In the summer, the 27-year-old was given a suspended prison sentence for an assault on a man and a woman which left a 26-year-old woman with a broken cheekbone.

Asked about the decision to sign the player following his first 90 minutes for the club in the goalless draw with Maidenhead United, Sarll said he would encourage people to get to know the player.

He added: “People should understand and know the full extent of any situation before we start beating people down.

“Mitch is an ex-youth team player of mine, I have known him years and if something untoward has happened in his life I have certainly not got any details about it.

“He’s a player I have admired for a while and with Luke Wilkinson out, the options to bring in another central defender were very thin, so we wanted to have Mitch on a month-to-month basis.

Rose, who worked with Sarll during his time in the academy at Rotherham United, played the full 90 minutes of the goalless draw with Maidenhead.

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