Steve Flack is disgusted at his treatment by the Dorchester manager Mick Jenkins and the chairman Chris Pugsley after his release from the club.

The former Exeter City cult hero was released by the Magpies on Thursday, but only found out when he was approached by the manager of another club who saw the news on the club's website.

Flack is in dispute with the Magpies over unpaid expenses and when he voiced his grievance to the Dorchester hierarchy he was discarded. In contrast, midfielder Guy Lopez, who was also released on Thursday, has no problems with Dorchester.

His deal was terminated by mutual agreement due to work commitments.

The news comes as the Magpies announced the signing of Yeovil Town forward Gavin McCallum on a month's loan.

The 19-year-old goes straight into the squad for today's match with Lewes.

Flack, a 35-year-old bricklayer who was a PFA delegate for seven years at the Grecians and who signed a non-contract agreement in December and made six appearances for the Magpies scoring two goals, has spoken to the PFA about the matter.

The striker spoke to Jenkins about his unpaid expenses.

The manager said he would speak to Pugsley about the matter. "He didn't even have the courtesy to ring me back," said Flack.

"It is just very disappointing. You expect a little bit of respect after 400 appearances."

Pugsley refutes the claims. "He was on a pay-as-you-play non-contract deal and I paid him at Hamworthy on Wednesday," the Magpies' chairman said.

"I don't know anything about him being owed money," he said, adding that the club showed generosity' in paying Flack when he was off sick with gastroenteritis.

Pugsley added: "He has left the club because he was not up to it."