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Ryan Byrne/INPHO Gavin Brennan has officially left Shamrock Rovers.
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Shamrock Rovers player departs club after being 'left in the stands with no explanation'
Gavin Brennan has criticised the club on social media for their handling of the situation.

GAVIN BRENNAN HAS left Shamrock Rovers by mutual consent, the club have today confirmed via a statement on their official website.

Brennan also announced the news that his contract had been terminated on Twitter.

The player’s tweets indicated that he enjoyed his time under former Rovers boss Pat Fenlon, though the attacker also suggested he had felt disillusioned with a lack of game time of late, explaining how he had gone from playing “week in week out” to being “left in the stands with no explanation”.

Brennan jokingly added that he probably would have been asked to “pay in” if he had stayed any longer with the Tallaght Stadium outfit.

It is not the first time Brennan has appeared to criticise the club on social media.

After being left out for a match last month, he tweeted indicating that he would have a better chance making the bench if he was 19.

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