Torquay United and Myles Anderson agree to contract termination
By Adam Ellis
Torquay United defender Myles Anderson has left Plainmoor by mutual consent after returning from a loan at Chester a few days ago.
The 28-year-old was signed from Barrow 12 months ago when the Gulls faced the threat of relegation, but Anderson was part of a new-look squad which performed a rescue act under former boss Kevin Nicholson.
After three consecutive wins to finish the season ensured their survival, Anderson found first-team opportunities hard to come by this campaign and was loaned out to the Blues by manager Gary Owers in November.
Upon his return to his parent club, the Leyton Orient academy graduate has been made a free agent and is available to sign for a new club.
In a club statement, Anderson thanked the Gulls supporters for backing the team throughout his time.
“I was very happy to be a part of what we achieved last season,” said Anderson, who made 23 appearances for Torquay.
“I would like to thank the fans for their support – it was always special to play in front of such great supporters home and away.”
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