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Mansfield Town announce retained list

9 May 2014

Six players offered new deals at One Call Stadium…

Manager Paul Cox has offered six of his out-of-contract players new deals at Mansfield Town, as preparations begin for the 2014/15 campaign in Sky Bet League Two.

Winger Colin Daniel, who scored in the 1-0 victory at Bristol Rovers last weekend, joins Anthony Howell, Alan Marriott, Liam Marsden, Lindon Meikle and Jack Thomas in being offered new deals.

The club has activated clauses in the contracts of Chris Clements, Matt Rhead and Ritchie Sutton, which will keep them at One Call Stadium for next term.

The eight players already under contract for next season are Lee Beevers, Sam Clucas, John Dempster, Jamie McGuire, Adam Murray, Ollie Palmer, Martin Riley and Ryan Tafazolli.

Meanwhile, ten players have today departed the club. They are as follows: Paul Black, Ian Deakin, Ross Dyer, Ben Hutchinson, James Jennings, Keiran Murtagh, George Pilkington, Godfrey Poku, Jake Speight and Lee Stevenson.

Both Lewis Price and Darryl Westlake have returned to their parent clubs, Crystal Palace and Sheffield United, respectively, having completed their loan spells with us.

FULL DETAILS ARE AS FOLLOWS:

Already under contract:

Lee Beevers
Sam Clucas
John Dempster
Jamie McGuire
Adam Murray
Ollie Palmer
Martin Riley
Ryan Tafazolli

Clauses activated for new contracts:

Chris Clements
Ritchie Sutton
Matt Rhead

Offered new contracts:

Colin Daniel
Anthony Howell
Alan Marriott
Liam Marsden
Lindon Meikle
Jack Thomas

Released:

Paul Black
Ian Deakin
Ross Dyer
Ben Hutchinson
James Jennings
Keiran Murtagh
George Pilkington
Godfrey Poku
Jake Speight
Lee Stevenson

The club would like to take this opportunity to thank the players that have been released for their efforts and wish them well in the future.

Returned to parent clubs:

Lewis Price
Darryl Westlake

Meanwhile, Louis Briscoe, who is currently out of the country, will speak to management staff early next week upon his return to the United Kingdom.


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