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|Date joined:||1 July 2009|
|Date left:||1 April 2011|
|1 League appearances and goals only.|
George Booth is a midfielder who came through the Rovers youth system, progressing through to the club's professional ranks in 2009, alongside Neikell Plummer, Dan Cayford, Eliot Richards, Ollie Clarke, Mark Cooper, Steve Kingdon and Jack McKenna.
He was not included in any matchday squads during his first season with the senior side, and after still not having made an impact on the team midway through his second season he was sent out on loan to Longwell Green Sports. After returning from loan he was eventually named as a substitute for the first time on 8 March 2011 in Stuart Campbell's first game as caretaker manager following the dismissal of Dave Penney, a 1–0 victory away to Tranmere Rovers. He never made it on to the pitch however, and less than a month later he was released by the club along with Mark Cooper and Jack McKenna, joining Weston-super-Mare for the end of the 2010–11 season.
George did not play any games for Bristol Rovers. He joined Longwell Green Sports in the Premier Division of the Western League for a month's loan midway through his second season with The Gas, before leaving to join Weston-super-Mare at the beginning of April 2011. He also joined Paulton Rovers in April 2011, finishing the 2010/2011 campaign with them making 8 appearances
He moved back to Weston-Super-Mare at the beginning of 2011-2012 He played a single game for Weston early in thatseason, but moved to Cheddar fairly soon after the start of the campaign.
He moved to Shepton Mallet Fc in Febuary 2013, and achieved promotion to the toolstation premier division the following season
|2010–11||→Longwell Green Sports (loan)||?||?|
Record against RoversEdit
George has never played against The Pirates in a competitive first team fixture.