Cheltenham Town: Zebroski departs Robins
Cheltenham Town have parted company with striker Chris Zebroski by mutual agreement.
The summer signing from Bristol Rovers missed the New Year's Day trip to Oxford United after pulling out at 10 am on the morning of the match.
It was the fourth time this season he has been absent and boss Mark Yates held a meeting with the 26-year-old at the Abbey Business Stadium this morning.
Zebroski scored six goals in 22 starts and two substitute appearances for Cheltenham.
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Yates paid an undisclosed fee for his services, handing him a two-year deal.
He said the move had "not worked out" and Zebroski is now a free agent, permitting him to join another club during this month's transfer window.
"We're parting on good terms and after a discussion with Chris it was agreed that a move was the best thing for all concerned," Yates said.
"I think we all accept that the move didn't work out - sometimes these things happen in football - and we wish him all the best for the future."
Yates will now set about freshening up his squad ahead of the second half of the campaign.
"I will be looking to do that from next week," he said.
"In the meantime all our focus us on the Everton match on Monday night."
* Midfielder Jake Taylor has extended his loan spell from Reading to a second month and will be in the Robins squad to face Everton.