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As per Yorkshire Live

AFC WIMBLEDON

RELEASED: Cheye Alexander, Corie Andrews, Darius Charles, Ben Heneghan, Egli Kaja, Jack Madelin, Isaac Olaniyan, Zaki Oualah, Derick Osei Yaw. 

LOANS EXPIRED: Terry Ablade (Fulham), Sam Cosgrove (Birmingham), Henry Lawrence (Chelsea), Dapo Mebude (Watford), Aaron Pressley (Brentford), Tomas Kalinauskas (Barnsley). 

BOLTON WANDERERS

IN TALKS: Adam Senior. 

RELEASED: Alex Baptiste, Andy Tutte, Liam Gordon, Nathan Delfouneso, Liam Edwards, Reiss Greenidge, Jay Fitzmartin and Matty Alexander. 

RETIRED: Matt Gilks. 

LOAN EXPIRED: Xavier Amaechi (Hamburg). 

BURTON ALBION

IN TALKS: John Brayford, Michael Mancienne, Joe Powell, Callum Hawkins, Tom Hewlett, Daniel Moore, Thierry Latty-Fairweather. 

RELEASED: Danny Rowe, Michael Bostwick (signed for Stevenage), Oumar Niasse, Aaron Amadi-Holloway, Luke Redfern. 

LOANS EXPIRED: Harry Chapman (Blackburn), Jacob Maddox (Vitoria), Christian Saydee (Bournemouth), Matej Kovar (Man Utd). 

CAMBRIDGE UNITED

IN TALKS: Greg Taylor, Liam O’Neil, Harrison Dunk, Adam May, Will Mannion. 

RELEASED: Wes Hoolahan, Kai McKenzie-Lyle, Tom Dickens. 

LOANS EXPIRED: Sam Sherring (Bournemouth), Jensen Weir (Brighton), Lorent Tolaj (Brighton). 

CHARLTON ATHLETIC

IN TALKS: Ben Purrington. 

RELEASED: Jason Pearce (offered coaching role), Chris Gunter, Conor Washington, Adam Matthews, Ben Watson, Pape Souare, Stephen Henderson. 

LOANS EXPIRED: Akin Famewo (Norwich), Nile John (Tottenham), Elliot Lee (Luton), Jon Leko (Birmingham), Juan Castillo (Chelsea), Mason Burstow (Chelsea). 

CHELTENHAM TOWN

IN TALKS: Dylan Barkers, Ellis Chapman, Zac Guinan, Max Harris, Liam Sercombe. 

CONTRACT REJECTED: Will Boyle. 

RELEASED: Charlie Colkett, Scott Flinders, Conor Thomas, Andy Williams. 

TRANSFER LISTED: Owen Evans. 

LOANS EXPIRED: Kion Etete (Tottenham), Dan Nlundulu (Southampton), Mattie Pollock (Watford), Aaron Ramsey (Aston Villa), Jamie Soule (West Brom), Callum Wright (Leicester). 

CREWE ALEXANDRA

IN TALKS: Travis Johnson. 

RELEASED: Will Jaaskelainen, Chris Porter, Scott Kashket, Luke Murphy, Tyreece Onyeka, Joe Robbins, Nathan Woodthorpe, Sam Booth. 

LOANS EXPIRED: Ryan Alebiosu (Arsenal), Ben Knight (Man City), Rekeem Harper (Ipswich). 

DERBY COUNTY

IN TALKS: Curtis Davies, Tom Lawrence, Ravel Morrison, Richard Stearman, Kelle Roos, Craig Forsyth, Nathan Byrne, Colin Kazim-Richards, Ryan Allsopp 

RELEASED: Unannounced. 

DONCASTER ROVERS

IN TALKS: John Bostock, Aidan Barlow, Bobby Faulkner. 

RELEASED: Cameron John, Fejiri Okenabirhie, Dan Gardner, Branden Horton, Ed Williams, AJ Greaves and Lirak Hasani. 

LOANS EXPIRED: Matt Smith (Arsenal), Ethan Galbraith (Man Utd), Josh Martin (Norwich), Mipo Odubeko (West Ham), Ben Jackson (Huddersfield). 

FLEETWOOD TOWN

IN TALKS: Danny Andrew. 

RELEASED: Harrison Biggins, Callum Camps, Kieran O’Hara, and Anthony Pilkington. 

LOANS EXPIRED: Dan Butterworth (Blackburn), Josh Harrop (Preston), Callum Johnson (Portsmouth), Zak Jules (MK Dons). 

GILLINGHAM

IN TALKS: Bailey Akehurst, Josh Chambers, Robbie McKenzie, Jack Tucker. 

RELEASED: Mustapha Carayol, Aaron Chapman, Ryan Jackson, Harvey Lintott, Danny Lloyd, Christian Maghoma, Vadaine Oliver, Gerald Sithole, Ben Thompson. 

LOANS EXPIRED: Pontus Dahlberg (Watford), Charlie Kelman (QPR), Conor Masterson (QPR), Dan Phillips (Watford) and Tom Dickson-Peters (Norwich). 

IPSWICH TOWN

RELEASED: James Norwood, Tom Carroll, Tomas Holy, Myles Kenlock. 

LOANS EXPIRED: Dominic Thompson (Brentford), Tyreeq Bakinson (Bristol City), Bersant Celina (Dijon), Macauley Bonne (QPR). 

LINCOLN CITY

RELEASED: John Marquis, Max Melbourne. 

IN TALKS: Conor McGrandles (he's announced he's leaving), Liam Bridcutt. 

LOANS EXPIRED: Brooke Norton-Cuffy (Arsenal), Josh Griffiths (West Brom), Lewis Fiorini (Man City), Liam Cullen (Swansea), Morgan Whittaker (Swansea). 

MK DONS

IN TALKS: David Kasumu, Josh McEachran. 

RELEASED: Aden Baldwin, Jay Bird, Hiram Boateng, John Freeman, Brandon Mason, Connor Wickham. 

LOANS EXPIRED: Theo Corbeanu (Wolves), Conor Coventry (West Ham), Jamie Cumming (Chelsea), Kaine Kesler Hayden (Aston Villa), Troy Parrott (Tottenham). 

MORECAMBE

IN TALKS: Arthur Gnahoua, Adam Smith, Aaron Wildig. 

TRANSFER LISTED: Jonah Ayunga, Ryan Cooney, Ryan Delaney, Courtney Duffus, Wes McDonald, Ryan McLaughlin, Shane McLoughlin, Anthony O’Connor, Jon Obika, Connor Pye. 

RELEASED: Rhys Bennett, Toumani Diagouraga, Greg Leigh, Jacob Mensah, Freddie Price. 

LOANS EXPIRED: Jacob Bedeau (Burnley), Trevor Carson (Dundee Utd), Alfie McCalmont (Leeds), Adam Phillips (Burnley). 

OXFORD UNITED

RELEASED: Sam Winnall, Jamie Hanson, Leon Chambers-Parillon and Michael Elechi. 

LOANS EXPIRED: Nathan Holland (West Ham), Gavin Whyte (Cardiff), Herbie Kane (Barnsley), Ciaron Brown (Cardiff). 

PLYMOUTH ARGYLE

IN TALKS: Ryan Law. 

TRANSFER LISTED: Panutche Camara. 

RELEASED: Ollie Tomlinson. 

RETIRED: Luke McCormick. 

LOANS EXPIRED: Ryan Broom (Peterborough), Jordon Garrick (Swansea), Steven Sessegnon (Fulham), Romoney Crichlow (Huddersfield). 

PORTSMOUTH

RELEASED: Shaun Williams, Paul Downing, Callum Johnson, Ollie Webber. 

IN TALKS: Reeco Hackett, Michael Jacobs, Aiden O'Brien, Sean Raggett. 

LOANS EXPIRED: Gavin Bazunu (Man City), Hayden Carter (Blackburn), George Hirst (Leicester), Mahlon Romeo (Millwall), Tyler Walker (Coventry). 

ROTHERHAM UNITED

RELEASED: Jake Cooper, Jacob Gratton, Angus MacDonald, Joe Mattock, Mickel Miller. 

IN TALKS: Michael Smith, Michael Ihiekwe, Jamie Lindsay. 

LOANS EXPIRED: Will Grigg (Sunderland), Rarmani Edmonds-Green (Huddersfield), Jordi Osei-Tutu (Arsenal). 

SHREWSBURY TOWN

IN TALKS: Jaden Bevan. 

RELEASED: Ethan Ebanks-Landell, Shaun Whalley, Aaron Pierre, Joshua Daniels, David Davis, Cameron Gregory. 

LOANS EXPIRED: Tyrese Fornah (Nottm Forest), Saikou Janneh (Bristol City).

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17 hours ago, Otto_Man said:

Said it in the other thread, but Myles Kenlock is exactly the sort of player we should be after.

Played under four different managers at Ipswich and every one of them brought another left back in to play in front of him. He even lost out to Matt Penney and got shipped out on loan to Colchester where he didn't exactly pull up trees and they've turned down the chance to sign him. 

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3 hours ago, Tylluan said:

Played under four different managers at Ipswich and every one of them brought another left back in to play in front of him. He even lost out to Matt Penney and got shipped out on loan to Colchester where he didn't exactly pull up trees and they've turned down the chance to sign him. 


so exactly the sort of player we shouldn’t be after then

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22 hours ago, Tylluan said:

Played under four different managers at Ipswich and every one of them brought another left back in to play in front of him. He even lost out to Matt Penney and got shipped out on loan to Colchester where he didn't exactly pull up trees and they've turned down the chance to sign him. 

Looked decent in the championship a few years back, appreciate he's lost his way at Ipswich, but there's been a hugely toxic problem at that club for a few years now.

Andre Dozell and Flynn Downes were similarly viewed and both are now playing regularly in the championship. There's a player in Kenlock and maybe he just needs a fresh start to coax it out. 

3 goals in 18 appearances for a left back isn't the worst return I've ever heard about, clearly he can attack and if we're continuing with wing backs he'd be better than the square pegs we've been using IMO

 

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4 hours ago, Bellsview said:

Sam Winnall released by Oxford United.

Could he…………

Could he fuck! 😂

If we continue to play the same way we have since Christmas then a player of the same style of Winnall would be advantageous. We need a willing runner with a bit of pace to hit channels and turn defenders round, which was exactly what Winnall was doing at Barnsley before Carlos killed his career. 

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1 hour ago, Neville Facking Bartos said:

Carlos didn’t kill career, he just wasn’t good enough for that level. Most of his success came no higher than L1, acknowledge he bagged a few in the first half of that season at Barnsley but it was hardly proving himself at that level was it?

Carlos didn't want either Winnall or Rhodes but was forced to play them together due to injuries to the others. They were just starting to gain an understanding of each other when Fletcher was brought back in and both of them were flung under the bus. 

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1 hour ago, Tylluan said:

Carlos didn't want either Winnall or Rhodes but was forced to play them together due to injuries to the others. They were just starting to gain an understanding of each other when Fletcher was brought back in and both of them were flung under the bus. 

Must have left early that game when they were gaining an understanding of each other.. fletcher was brought back in as he was clearly better than the 2 of them put together 

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The signing of Winnall as backup to let's face it relatively injury prone strikers wasn't the worst piece of business given, as has been said, his scoring record that season was decent.

However, I think as we pretty much unanimously agree on here, Rhodes signature for the price and wages was a disaster, particularly if the then manager didn't want him.

At the time the money and wages spent on Rhodes could have signed the likes of Abraham on loan or similar without the same kind of upfront money, I'm guessing any PL prospect isn't having their wages paid for by the likes of Bristol.

Anyway all history now, the main hope is DC has learnt the lesson and is looking to build progressively.

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2 hours ago, Tylluan said:

Carlos didn't want either Winnall or Rhodes but was forced to play them together due to injuries to the others. They were just starting to gain an understanding of each other when Fletcher was brought back in and both of them were flung under the bus. 

Both were wank and found their rightful place away from the starting XI

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1 hour ago, Paul from Wisewood said:

Must have left early that game when they were gaining an understanding of each other.. fletcher was brought back in as he was clearly better than the 2 of them put together 

3-0 win at home to Birmingham. Both scored and it worked. They looked good next game, against Blackburn, until Winnall was subbed for a knock. 

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On 05/06/2022 at 18:20, Tylluan said:

3-0 win at home to Birmingham. Both scored and it worked. They looked good next game, against Blackburn, until Winnall was subbed for a knock. 

Wigan away was where I first saw them looking like a decent partnership in formation. 

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7 hours ago, Kiwi Owl said:

John Brayford in talks with Burton Albion?

Surely we should be making an offer on the table to the greatest bearded full back in the history of the game

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Paul from Wisewood said:

So one game then🤔

First time they'd started together. They started against Blackburn and, again, the movement and understanding looked good but Winnall was replaced by Forestieri and that was the end. But you could see that there could be something there if they'd been given a run. 

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