Striker joins Cheltenham
Chris Zebroski has today joined Cheltenham Town for an undisclosed fee.
The striker made his Rovers league debut on the opening day of last season and scored his first senior goal for the club in a Second Round Carling Cup tie at Leyton Orient in August.
His first league goal came in a 1-0 home win against Shrewsbury Town on 13th September 2011.
Chairman Nick Higgs said: “Chris always gave 100% in a Bristol Rovers shirt, and we wish him every success at Cheltenham.”
Born in Swindon, striker Chris played youth team football for his hometown club, but was released after failing to earn a pro contract.
Following his release he trained with the Cirencester Football Academy and was spotted by Plymouth Argyle, and joined their youth setup before signing his first pro contract.
After four substitute appearances for Argyle he signed for Millwall, in September 2006, and scored three goals in 25 league appearances for the Lions.
During his time at the New Den he spent time on loan with Oxford United and Torquay United.
In January 2008 Wycombe Wanderers paid Millwall a fee of £20,000 to take him to Adams Park and he went on to score nine goals in 48 league games for the Chairboys.
In November 2009 he returned to Torquay United, initially on loan, and completed a permanent move to Plainmoor in January 2010.
He scored 15 goals for the Gulls, under Paul Buckle ,in 2010/11 and was reunited with his former boss at the Memorial Stadium last summer.