Rogers, Leeds United mutually agree to part waysJanuary 15, 2013 • By Franco Panizo
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It is safe to say Robbie Rogers did not plan on it going this way.
A year after signing with Leeds United, the Championship club announced on Tuesday that it had mutually agreed to part ways with Rogers. The 25-year-old midfielder had recently been on loan with League One club Stevenage, but failed to break into the lineup on a permanent basis during his five months there before recently returning to Leeds.
The former Columbus Crew midfielder ends his time with Leeds United having played in just four league games since signing a deal with the Whites in January 2012. Rogers suffered an injury in his debut match with the club back in February and that sidelined him until late in the season.
Rogers made only five league appearances since being loaned out to Stevenage last August.
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