Yeovil Town and defender Jamie Sendles-White have parted ways by mutual consent, the club have announced.
The defender, who joined in late May having left National League South rivals Welling United at the end of last season, has not featured since he played and scored in a 3-2 win at Weston-super-Mare in early September.
He suffered an Achilles tendon injury in that match and underwent an operation in October when he said he was hopeful of returning to fitness. He was an unused substitute in the 3-1 win over Slough Town last month.
In a post on his X (formerly Twitter) account following the announcement, the 29-year-old said: “It’s a shame that it hasn’t worked out like we would have all wanted. Thank you to @YTFC and the fans who have all been amazing to me!! Go and finish the job boys. I am looking forward to a new challenge wherever that takes me.”
The club said they had reached a “mutual agreement to terminate his contract“, adding: “Due to limited playing opportunities, it has been agreed that Jamie Sendles-White’s contract be terminated by mutual agreement.”
All the best, JS-W
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