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Jermaine McGlashan rejects contract offer from Cheltenham Town

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Jermaine McGlashan will not sign a new contract at Cheltenham Town and is now free to leave the club, it can be confirmed this evening. 

Jermaine McGlashan is set to leave Cheltenham

Jermaine McGlashan is set to leave Cheltenham

McGlashan originally joined Cheltenham from Aldershot in January 2012 in what was a joint club record fee of £50,000. He made 116 appearances for the Robins during this time and scored 13 goals. The winger played a major part in the club reaching the League 2 playoff final at Wembley in 2012 and again in reaching the playoffs the following year.

Although his performances weren’t to the same standard during the past campaign which resulted in Cheltenham finishing in a lowly 17th position, the 26 year old was seen as a big part in the club’s rebuild for next season and was one of the first players to be offered a new contract by Mark Yates.

In fact, Yates stated a few weeks ago that he expected McGlashan to stay at the club, however a story was broken that the player, along with a fellow teammate, had openly admitted to the manager that they had not been trying their best and putting in maximum effort in training.

The club stated that the matter had been dealt with but many supporters kicked up a fuss at the news, stating that they didn’t want these types of players at the club, and abusive messages from a minority of fans were sent via Twitter to McGlashan. This is what is believed to have changed the player’s mind in signing a new deal.

McGlashan will now leave the club on June 30th when his contract officially expires and in the meantime he is free to look for a new team for next season


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