Former Yeovil Town loanee Jack Storer has got himself a new club. The former Birmingham City striker has agreed a one year contract with Partick Thistle, after being released by the Championship side at the end of last season. He will now play in the Scottish Championship, for a side that were relegated at the end of last season.
Storer's time since his brief January 2017 loan with the Glovers has been a nomadic one. Due to his Yeovil Town deal being lodged as a half-season spell, it wasn't until the start of the 2017-18 season that he was seen elsewhere. He trialled for Macclesfield Town during pre-season, but after he was involved in a scuffle with Derby players that led to him shoving a Macclesfield player, he threw his shirt off and walked down the tunnel.
He then managed an eight game loan spell with National League South side Gloucester City, before a two game loan spell with National League Premier side Solihull Moors, with Birmingham deciding in February that they would not be offering him a new contract and advising him to look elsewhere. His contract with Partick contains an option for a second season.
Storer's spell with Yeovil Town was restricted to a single 45 minute appearance against Crawley Town at Broadhall Way. He was an unused substitute against Reading Under-21s in the EFL Trophy, followed by another bit of benchwarming at Blackpool, but after that match returned to St Andrews, with the club citing 'personal reasons' for his early departure.
Link: Jack Storer : Yeovil Town Statistics?.
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