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Millers agree Taylor release

28 January 2013

Rotherham allow midfielder to leave...

Jason Taylor has had his contract terminated by mutual consent, and will be joining Cheltenham Town.

The midfielder, 26, has agreed terms with the Robins this afternoon following a medical, signing a two-and-a-half year deal with the Whaddon Road club.

Following Taylor’s departure manager Steve Evans told

“It would be fair to say that we have a number of outstanding central midfield players but the permanent capture of Lee Frecklington, and the return from injury by David Noble allows me to let Jason to move onto pastures new.

“The lad has been excellent for me and the Millers, but given the options we now have his match time was going to be limited and the player himself wants to play regular first-team football. The decision made for him to move on suits both parties.

“I have a gentlemen’s agreement with Mark Yates at Cheltenham Town that the player will not participate against us when we travel to the south west later in the season.”

Everyone at Rotherham United would like to thank Jason for his effort and commitment whilst with the club and we wish him well for the future.

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