Yeovil Town midfielder James Bailey and striker Korrey Henry have had their contracts torn up by mutual consent. Former Carlisle United player Bailey had been out injured for 13 months, and although he was back in full training, there was an obvious question of how much he would be able to contribute before his contract runs out in the summer of 2019. Meanwhile Henry's time since arriving from West Ham United last summer has been somewhat of a disappointment, with the striker only managing a small handful of substitute appearances.
Bailey's last appearance for the club came on Boxing Day 2017, when he went in for a block tackle at Whaddon Road, coming out with knee ligament problems that have required two operations. There have been various reports of him making a return, but without any of those reaching fruition. Overall he made 29 appearances for Yeovil Town.
Henry made five appearances for the club, all from the substitutes bench. However he's been given just 12 minutes worth of football since August 17th, with most of his playing time coming during a one month loan period with Poole Town during October, with the club recalling him from that deal. However, since his return, he has only managed two further substitute appearances and has not been seen on a teamsheet since November 24th.
The club describe Bailey's departure as following discussions between the player and the medical department, rather than one involving first team manager Darren Way.
Link: Korrey Henry : Yeovil Town Statistics.
Link: James Bailey : Yeovil Town Statistics.
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