Date: 4th March 2013 at 5:57pm
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Billy Lobjoit is the second departure of the day as he left the club by mutual consent.

Lobjoit signed professional terms in 2012 as his youth scholarship came to an end. However things haven`t worked out like the 19 year old would have hoped and he had not made a first team appearance so far this season.

The attacking player has had a far busier time off the pitch this season as he faced criminal charges. Last week Lobjoit he was given an 18 month suspended prison sentence for his role in a robbery in November last year where he drove his own car as a getaway driver in the act.

Lobjoit was also banned from driving for two years and told to pay £325 compensation to the victims of the robberies.

With the court case now over, the club has acted swiftly to terminate the contract of Lobjoit.


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