Captain Gareth Jelleyman has left Boston United.
This morning, the club’s official website revealed the left back was leaving York Street by ‘mutual consent’.
“I wish Gareth all the best for the future. He has been a top player for Boston United,” boss Graham Drury told bufc.co.uk.
“His partner has had a baby in the last few hours and we wish them all well.”
Jelleyman has been out of action in recent weeks, due to an Achilles injury.
The 32-year-old - who has been capped at under 21 level by Wales - enjoyed two productive loan spells at York Street in the 1998-99 and 2004-05 seasons.
He then joined the club on a full-time basis in 2010 - helping the Pilgrims finish in the Blue Square Bet North play-off spots.
Jelleyman has always been a fans’ favourite at York Street due his more-than-reliable performances in defence, and on the wing in his younger years.
Anton Foster has recently been wearing the captain’s armband in Jelleyman’s absence.
Click on the link to watch The Standard’s video of Jelleyman in action for the Pilgrims...