Rob Sinclair joined Forest Green in the summer of 2014 having previously been on the books at Salisbury City.
The talented playmaker went onto make a significant impression at FGR, partnering Sam Wedgbury in a central midfield duo that led the club to back-to-back play-off finishes.
Injury sadly ruled him out of the chance to play in the May 2016 National League play-off final against Grimsby Town, however he had played a crucial role in helping the team reach the showpiece event.
His playing days began at Luton Town. As a teenager the Hatters sent him out on loan to Salisbury City where he gained early experience of life in the fifth tier.
Let go by Luton without making a first team appearance, he moved to the Whites permanently, and his impressive form earned him a move into the Football League with Stevenage.
He spent three seasons at Stevenage, also being loaned out to Aldershot Town, before re-joining Salisbury City for their final season before the club was forced into liquidation.
When he became available for transfer Forest Green swooped to add him to the ranks, and he has proven to be a popular figure with the club's supporters since.
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