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Summer Transfer Update 15.6.14 *Out Now*

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I have been updating my database to create a 14/15 database.

So far I have done the following:

  • Promotions & Relegations (Premier League to Skrill North/South)
  • Final League Positions (Premier League to Skrill North/South)
  • League & Cup Winners Added for 2014
  • Removed all injury's
  • Removed all bans
  • Removed all loans
  • Champions League & Europa League Teams for 14/15
  • Updated manager & staff changes
  • Updated EURO Coefficients for top 30 clubs in Europe to ensure correct group seeding's
  • Edited some club reputations
  • Edited some club finances (in progress)
  • New Kits added
  • No PA/CA or stat changes

Download 15.6.14

Place the file into My Documents/Sports Interactive/Football Manager 2014/Editor Data

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Please do not redistribute without permission.

Notes

  • Due to the remove all buttons on the editor I may or may not have removed some loans, injury's e.t.c that have not expired (not actually checked if this is the case or not)
  • Europa League is nearly updated for 14/15 teams, all major countries (England, Spain, Italy, Germany, France, Holland, Portugal etc. are done)
  • English Promotions & Relegations are a WIP due to playoffs being in progress

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In this update you'll need to adjust Man Utd's finances. They are always wrong every year anyway and always more debt on the club than IRL so an edited realistic figure would be nice.

At the start of this season, there was a reported £80m cash in the bank, with the club expected to make that again this season regardless of performance. So the club should have around £120m ish in the balance IMO. With a 5th place finish the club is projected to make £120m cash profit, possibly more due to reaching the Champions League 1/4 final. So assuming all £80m was spent which was left from the end of September this season (It wasn't), the cash balance should be at least £120m.

On 18th November 2013, the last info I can find regarding the debt, NET debt (after all deductions) was around £277m, which is obviously a lot different form what you start off with currently in game. And this debt has been reduced even further with the shares on the NYSE and so on. I wouldn't like to guess an exact figure but common sense can be applied here. Its not unrealistic to think at least £20-30m has been reduce off that this season, if not a lot more. There will certainly be a lot more shifted by the start of next season.

Im not sure if you can include this in game but the interest on the debt is only costing around £21m per year after the IPO. Which is nothing really.

Obviously with no Champions League football next year, and possibly no Europa League either, the finances have to be spot on or god knows what will happen to the club. All the info ive provided above is taken from blogs on our finances by respected blogger Andy Green (Andersred). Anybody following the clubs finances will know he's impartial and understands the finances very well. http://andersred.blogspot.co.uk/

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Also would it be possible to change the Nike sponsorship, so when the time comes for it to be renewed in game it actually reflects a figure close to what is being reported IRL? There is talk of the new deal being close to $1b. AFAIK, when the deal renews in game, its not so much different from the original deal (depending on performance in game when its renewed). So in effect the club is losing out on a potential couple of hundred million.

So say if you edited the original sponsorship in game to be around $1b, when its renewed the new sponsorship should be around the same. Or even set the old deal not to renew and set up a new one to start when the old one finishes?

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is there a way to use the .bak file?

change his extension from '.bak' to '.dbc' and use it like any other data update file

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Half season 1, most of it looks good, but United ended up being placed in the Group Stage of the Europa League :(. The game indicates United are not in a continental competition but suddenly this happens. Hull, Tottenham, Everton are in Europa too so not sure at who's expense United have shown up.

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Half season 1, most of it looks good, but United ended up being placed in the Group Stage of the Europa League :(. The game indicates United are not in a continental competition but suddenly this happens. Hull, Tottenham, Everton are in Europa too so not sure at who's expense United have shown up.

maybe because england gets another team in EL because of fair-play( swansea got into EL like that this season i think)

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maybe because england gets another team in EL because of fair-play( swansea got into EL like that this season i think)

Swansea qualified by winning the FL Cup.

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Im away on holiday at the minute but ill try and post an updated version with promotions and relegations sometime late this week

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Bolton Wanderers

Ins

Liam Trotter

Neil Danns

Marvin Sordell (Loan Return)

Keith Andrews (Loan Return)

Tom Eaves (Loan Return)

Josh Vela (Loan Return)

Craig Davies (Loan Return)

Out

Joe Mason (Loan Return)

Chris Eagles

Tyrone Mears

Zak Knight

Jay Lynch

Alan Hutton (Loan Return)

Andy Robinson (Loan Return)

Lukas Jutkiewicz (Loan Return)

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Derby arent in Premier League Norwich still in pl?

Derby haven't won the playoffs yet have they! Will probably change when its confirmed.

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Derby arent in Premier League Norwich still in pl?

Derby haven't won the playoffs yet, the winner will replace Norwich for next release, same goes for the rest of the divisions playoffs.

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Doncaster Rovers can confirm that the following players have been granted a free transfer by the football club:

Jordan Binns

Evan Finnegan

Joshua Meade

Billy Paynter

Chris Whincop

The following players will also depart the football club at the expiration of their current contracts unless negotiations of a new contract are successful:

James Coppinger

David Cotterill

Paul Keegan

Jon Maxted

Harry Middleton

Alex Peterson

Ross Turnbull

Liam Wakefield

The following loanee players have returned to their parent clubs:

Sam Johnstone

Bongani Khumalo

Lucas Neill

Billy Sharp

Enda Stevens

The following players existing deals have ended:

Abdoulaye Meite

Gabriel Tamas

The following players remain contracted to Doncaster Rovers:

Kyle Bennett

Chris Brown

Marc De Val Fernandez

Mark Duffy

Harry Forrester

Dean Furman

James Husband

Rob Jones

Jamie McCombe

Luke McCullough

Paul Quinn

Theo Robinson

Richie Wellens

The following players have been offered professional contracts with Doncaster Rovers:

Ben Askins

Lewis Ferguson

Mitchell Lund

Billy Whitehouse

Long-serving Michael Duff (pictured above) and fellow defenders Daniel Lafferty and Luke O’Neill, along with midfielder Junior Stanislas, have all been offered contract extensions to their Turf Moor careers.

However, as previously announced, fellow midfielders David Edgar, Keith Treacy and Brian Stock together with goalkeeper Nick Liversedge are all set to leave the club when their current deals expire this summer.

Meanwhile, Development Squad players Cameron Howieson, Jason Gilchrist, Jaden Hall, Tom Anderson and Steven Hewitt have all also been offered new contracts.

But fellow teammates Jack Errington, Kyle Brownhill, Luke Conlan, Luke Gallagher, Micah Evans, Alex Coleman and Archie Love are all released.

Two promising youngsters at Tranmere, Sam Ramsbottom and Liam Davies, have signed professional terms.

Matthew Dolan has completed a switch to Bradford from Middlesbrough and penned a one-year contract

Middlesbrough manager Aitor Karanka has released eight players including defenders Stuart Parnaby and Frazer Richardson. Goalkeeper Jayson Leutwiler, defenders Lewis Sirrell and Birger Meling, plus midfielders Jake Fowler, Cameron Park and Matthew Waters have also been told they can leave.

An option has already been activated on the contract of:

Tom Barkhuizen

The club intends to discuss new contracts with:

Chris Basham

Neal Bishop

Craig Cathcart

Ricardo Fuller

Matt Gilks

Angel Martinez

Tony McMahon

Isaiah Osbourne

The club will not be activating options or offering contracts to:

Louis Almond

Anderson Banvo

Kirk Broadfoot

Jake Caprice

James Caton

Michael Chopra

Adam Dodd

Robert Earnshaw

Nathan Eccleston

Barry Ferguson

Elliot Grandin

Mark Halstead

Faris Haroun

Chris Kettings

Liam Tomsett

Nathan Tyson

Tony Warner

A contract offer has already been made to:

Thomas Ince

David Goodwillie, Andy Halliday, Andy Keogh, Jack Robinson and Stephen Dobbie have all returned to their respective clubs following loan spells.

Players who have been made a new offer of re-engagement from 1st july 2014

• Bradley Bauress (Scholar)

• Kellen Daly

• Devarn Green (Scholar)

• Darragh Lenihan

• Jack O’Connell

• John O’Sullivan

Players who are not being retained by the club upon the expiration of their current agreement on 30th June 2014

• Jordan Anderson (Scholar)

• William Beesley

• Thomas Brown (Scholar)

• William Butterwick (Scholar)

• Robbie Cotton

• Ryan Edwards

• Hugo Fernandez Molina

• Callum Harris (Scholar)

• Thomas Paul (Scholar)

• Timothy Payne

• Deniz Pero

• Yeray Torres Martinez (Scholar)

• Aaron Tumwa

• Matthew Urwin

• Ian Vicars (Scholar)

• Brice Wassi (Scholar)

In addition the following players' contracts also expire on 30th June 2014 and as they are over the age of 24 they are entitled to talk / sign for any club of their choice:-

• David Dunn

• Markus Olsson

MK Dons have confirmed that Alan Smith, Izale McLeod and Ryan Hall are all set to leave the club. Stephen Gleeson, Mark Randall and Anthony Kay have been offered new deals with their contracts due to expir

And another line from Wycombe, where Andre Pierre has signed for the club from Brentford.

Wycombe have announced that right-back Marvin McCoy will be leaving the club. McCoy, who made 109 appearances during four years with Wycombe, was informed on Thursday that he will not be offered a new contract with the League Two side.

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Brighton: Tomasz Kuszczak among six released by Seagulls

Goalkeeper Tomasz Kuszczak and midfielder Andrea Orlandi are among six players released by Brighton.

Keeper Peter Brezovan, midfielder David Lopez and forwards Will Hoskins and David Rodriguez are also leaving the managerless Championship club.

Goalkeeper Casper Ankergren and defenders Bruno, Inigo Calderon and Matt Upson have been offered new deals.

The Seagulls have invoked contract extension options with winger Kazenga LuaLua and forward Brennan Dickenson.

Barnsley have released defender Bobby Hassell after 10 years following their relegation to League One.

Hassell, 33, joined from Mansfield in 2004 and made 270 league appearances.

Also leaving the club are Jordan Clark, John Cofie, Kelvin Etuhu, Emmanuel Frimpong, Andrai Jones, Liam Lawrence, Paddy McCourt, Sam Patterson, McCauley Shillito, Erico Sousa, Iain Turner, Jordan Tunnicliffe and Martin Woods.

Tomasz Cywka, Stephen Dawson and Jim O'Brien have been offered new deals.

Birmingham City have handed new one-year deals to captain Paul Robinson and midfielder Olly Lee.

Defender Robinson, 35, made 46 appearances in 2013-14, while 22-year-old Lee featured 22 times.

Blues remain in talks with the representatives of winger Chris Burke and striker Nikola Zigic.

Darren Ambrose, Wade Elliott, Peter Lovenkrands, Hayden Mullins, Brian Howard and Aaron Martin have been released by the Championship club

Goalkeeper Shwan Jalal has left Championship side Bournemouth after six years at the club.

Charlton Athletic will release veteran midfielder Andy Hughes when his contract expires this summer.

Doncaster Rovers offer deals to eight including James Coppinger

League One-bound Doncaster Rovers have offered new deals to eight players, including midfielder James Coppinger.

The 33-year-old joined the Keepmoat Stadium side in 2004 and has made 360 league appearances for them.

David Cotterill, Paul Keegan, Jon Maxted, Harry Middleton, Alex Peterson, Ross Turnbull and Liam Wakefield have also been offered new deals.

Jordan Binns, Evan Finnegan, Joshua Meade, Billy Paynter and Chris Whincop have been released.

Striker Paynter, 29, joined Rovers from Leeds in August 2012 and helped them to promotion in his first season but spent the end of this campaign on loan at Sheffield United, failing to score in 13 games.

Wales international winger Cotterill, 26, was also instrumental in helping the club back to the Championship but struggled for form this season.

Midfielder Keegan, 29, made 34 appearances in all competitions for Paul Dickov's side.

Former Chelsea goalkeeper Ross Turnbull, 29, made 28 appearances this season but did not feature after 28 January.

Championship side Huddersfield have released eight out-of-contract players, including captain Peter Clarke.

The centre-back, 32, played 224 games in five years with the Terriers.

Also leaving the John Smith's Stadium are Keith Southern, Ian Bennett, Calum Woods, Chris Atkinson, Anton Robinson, Cristian Lopez and Paul Mullin.

Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy will release striker Sylvan Ebanks-Blake in the summer and midfielder Stephen Hunt could leave the club as well.

Poland defender Marcin Wasilewski is the latest of five Leicester City players offered a new contract by the Premier League-bound club.

Striker David Nugent, goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel, winger Lloyd Dyer and 20-year-old forward Tom Hopper also have new deals to consider.

Winger Dyer, however, looks set to leave the club after contract talks with Foxes broke down.

Meanwhile, defender Sean St Ledger is among seven players to be released.

Republic of Ireland international St Ledger, 29, made just one league appearance in Leicester's Championship title winning season.

"At the moment I haven't a clue what the future holds," St Ledger tweeted.

Other player to be released include Zak Whitbread and Neil Danns, who has already agreed to join Bolton Wanderers.

George Taft, Jamie Anton, Ben Frempah and Robert Paratore have also left the development squad.

James Pearson, son of Foxes manager Nigel, is one of 11 development squad players offered contracts.

Middlesbrough have released eight players who are out of contract this summer, including defenders Frazer Richardson and Stuart Parnaby.

Richardson, 31, made 11 appearances for Boro following his arrival last August but then was sent on loan to Ipswich.

Parnaby, also 31, returned for a second spell in August 2012 and played 21 games, three of which came in 2013-14.

Jayson Leutwiler, Lewis Sirrell, Birger Meling, Jake Fowler, Cameron Park and Matthew Waters also leave the club.

Swiss goalkeeper Leutwiler was limited to five outings for Boro since joining the club from Basel in 2012.

Loanees Nathaniel Chalobah, Danny Graham, Tomas Mejias, Kenneth Omeruo and Jozsef Varga have returned to their respective parent clubs.

Reading also announced that they have released captain Jobi McAnuff, 32, midfielder Mikele Leigertwood, 31, defender Kaspars Gorkss, 32, and goalkeeper Stuart Taylor, 33.

Sheffield Wednesday have offered new deals to goalkeeper Chris Kirkland, defenders Glenn Loovens and Oguchi Onyewu and midfielder Jose Semedo.

Kirkland, 31, has made 81 league appearances in two years with the Owls.

Loovens and Onyewu joined on short-term deals during the season, while Semedo has been with Wednesday since 2011.

The club have released Adam Davies, Arron Jameson, Reda Johnson, Anthony Gardner, Miguel Llera, Martin Taylor, Jermaine Johnson and David Prutton.

Yeovil Town have released veteran defender Jamie McAllister following their relegation from the Championship.

The 36-year-old centre-back captained the Glovers to victory in the League One play-offs last year and made 40 appearances this term.

Joey Jones, Ruben Palazuelos and Reuben Reid have also been let go.

Meanwhile, goalkeeper Marek Stech, striker James Hayter, and defenders Byron Webster, Luke Ayling and Seth Nana Twumasi have been offered deals.

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Very interested in your update!

AFC Bournemouth

Jalal as above post!

Richard Hughes now retired and has joined the backroom staff,scout probably

Dan Gosling on a free from Newcastle

Grabban not sure yet? going to Cardiff 3mill

Waiting on Lama joining Liverpool from them up the road we get 25%:D

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Man Utd:

Nemanja Vidic needs removing from the captains list

Jack Barmby, Sam Byrne, Jack Rudge and Jonathan Sutherland have been released

Ben Barber has joined Stoke (2 year pro deal)

Nick Ioannou has joined APOEL (Cyprus) on a 3 year pro deal

Federico Macheda won't be accepting a new contract and will be released

Matthew Willock has signed a 2 year pro deal

The following U18s have signed 1 year pro deals:

  • Kieran O'Hara
  • Joel Pereira
  • Josh Harrop
  • Ryan McConnell
  • Callum Evans
  • Ashley Fletcher
  • Sean Goss

James Wilson should be no. 47

Tom Lawrence should be no. 34

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West Bromwich Albion have confirmed the release of five players, including Zoltan Gera, Steven Reid and Liam Ridgewell.

The trio have failed to earn new contracts at The Hawthorns and will be joined by team-mates Diego Lugano and Scott Allan in searching for new clubs over the summer.

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Tranmere have offered five players new contracts and told Ian Goodison, Jean-Louis Akpa Akpro and Callum Morris they can leave.

Goodison, 41, has been with Rovers since 2004, yet will unsurprisingly head for the exit door as the club prepare for a campaign in Sky Bet League Two following relegation.

They are, though, determined to keep a trio of midfielders in Jason Koumas, Steve Jennings and James Wallace, plus defender Ash Taylor and goalkeeper Jason Mooney, all of whom will be offered fresh terms.

Exeter City have today released details of the retain list following the completion of the 2013/14 campaign.

Sam Parkin, John O’Flynn, Alan Gow, Elliott Chamberlain, Jacob Jagger Cane and Jacob Wannell have not been offered new contracts with the club. This is in addition to Artur Krysiak, whose release was announced on Thursday morning.

Matt Oakley, Matt Gill, Eliot Richards, Jimmy Keohane, Christy Pym and James Hamon will be made offers with the intention of keeping them at the club. Discussions are currently ongoing with Arron Davies and Jake Gosling with news still to follow.

Matt Grimes, Tom Nichols, Jordan Tillson and David Wheeler all recently penned extensions to their contracts.

All other senior players are also currently under contract with the Grecians for the forthcoming season. These are Scot Bennett, Jordan Moore-Taylor, Danny Butterfield, Danny Coles, Liam Sercombe, Pat Baldwin, Aaron Dawson, Craig Woodman and Jamie Reid.

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HEREFORD United have offered deals to six under-24 players for next season.

Contracts are on the table for Dom Collins, Kingsley James, Rod McDonald, Danny Leadbitter, Daniel Lloyd-Weston and Jarrod Bowen to sign for next season.

Former youth team players Billy Murphy and Cory Williams have already signed deals that will see them promoted to the first team squad for the coming campaign.

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MK Dons have confirmed their retained options list, with 2 players kept on and 3 offered new deals, while 3 have been let go.

New contracts have been offered to midfielders Stephen Gleeson and Mark Randall, and to defender Antony Kay. Full back Lee Hodson and player of the year Ben Reeves have been offered one year extensions.

The club have also confirmed that Ryan Hall, Alan Smith and Izale McLeod have been allowed to leave

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Fans’ player-of-the-year Bobby Olejnik is the surprise name on Peterborough United’s end-of-season list of transfer-listed players.

The popular goalkeeper is entering the last year of his contract at London Road and it’s club policy to make those players available for transfer.

Posh have also transfer-listed Joe Day, Nicky Ajose, Nathaniel Mendez-Laing, Charlie Coulson, Michael Richens, Kane Ferdinand, Tyrone Barnett and Shaun Brisley. Nathaniel Knight-Percival, Daniel Kearns, Craig Alcock, Peter Grant and Tommy Rowe have all left the club after their contracts expired.

Skipper Rowe’s departure was expected as he indicated a wish to move back to the north of England before the current campaign started. Defender Alcock played in both legs of the play-off semi-final against Leyton Orient.

Out of contract players Mark Little and Danny Swanson will both be offered new deals.

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The time has come for Dagenham & Redbridge to announce their retained list, while the Daggers are also set for non-league tests in pre-season.

Of the nine that are out of contract at the end of June, Zavon Hines, Bradley Goldberg, Gavin Hoyte and Ian Gayle have all been offered new contracts at Victoria Road.

Bar a three-match ban for a sending off against Southend United in the 5-2 Johnstone’s Paint Trophy win, Hoyte had been an ever-present for the Daggers and a consistent season has now seem him offered terms, while Hines is also considering a deal despite being out with a knee injury, which could keep him out of the start of next season.

Goldberg has impressed while out on loan with Conference South side Bromley, and finished the campaign as the top goalscorer in the league, and he’s been given a chance to force his way into manager Wayne Burnett’s plans for the 2014-15 season. Ian Gayle also spent a large chunk of the season out on loan to Grays Athletic, but rose to prominence after Scott Doe’s sending off against Wycombe Wanderers.

The club will continue discussions with goalkeeper Jordan Seabright and strikerAfolabi Obafemi.

On top of last week’s announcements that Chris Lewington, Femi Ilesanmi and Alex Osborn will all depart, Chris Dickson will also be leaving the club at the end of his current deal.

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MIDFIELDER BEN Harding and striker Elliot Benyon have both been added to the transfer list by Torquay United manager Chris Hargreaves.

The Gulls’ boss has also released winger Danny Stevens.

But Hargreaves is offering new deals to long-serving captain Lee Mansell, both his senior goalkeepers Michael Poke and Martin Rice, midfielder Damon Lathrope, striker Ashley Yeoman and winger Niall Thompson.

Left-back Tom Cruise, whose contract is up this summer, has also been invited back for a ‘prove-your-fitness’ pre-season training mission.

The latest player news completes Hargreaves’ retained list, in the wake of United’s relegation to the Conference.

He had kicked off that process by listing six under-contract players last week – Dale Tonge, Aaron Downes, Karl Hawley, Jordan Chapell, Shaun Cooper and Nathan Craig.

Left-back Kevin Nicholson broke the news of his own release, after seven years at the club, a couple of days later.

Now former MK Dons, Aldershot and Northampton player Harding has been listed after just one season, affected by a foot injury, but Benyon – he also has another year to run on his contract - and Stevens, who is a free agent, are being made available after several years of service

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Louis Carey’s long Bristol City career is finally at an end after the League One club declined to offer him a new contract.

Manager Steve Cotterill has also released fellow veterans Liam Fontaine, Marvin Elliott and Stephen Pearson in order to free up cash to fund new signings during the close season.

Youngsters Mitch Brundle and Kevin Krans have been told they can leave Ashton Gate, while goalkeeper Elliott Parish has been made available for transfer.

At the same time as announcing his retained list, Cotterill revealed he is in talks with Academy products Wes Burns, Bobby Reid and Joe Bryan, all of whom have been offered contract extensions

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Manager Keith Hill and Rochdale have now made their decisions on our initial playing staff for the coming campaign.

Jamie Allen, Joe Bunney, Callum Camps, Ashley Eastham, Ian Henderson, Scott Hogan, Oliver Lancashire, Joel Logan, Matty Lund, D'Arcy O'Connor, Michael Rose, Scott Tanser and Peter Vincenti all remain under contract for the coming season and the manager has offered new terms to Matty Done and Josh Lillis.

We also hold options on a number of players and the club will enact these for Rhys Bennett, Bastien Hery and Joe Rafferty.

George Donnelly also has an option in his existing deal, and both he and the club are discussing this still.

Player/coaching staff members, Brian Barry Murphy and Steve Collis have also been offered fresh terms as their existing deals expire this summer.

However, Godwin Abadaki, Peter Cavanagh, Reece Gray, Craig Lynch, George Porter and Robbie Thomson will not be offered new deals and will leave the club officially when their contract expire this summer.

Our loanees Graham Cummins, Jason Kennedy and Jack O'Connell have all returned to their parent clubs.

18 year old Andy Cannon has also been offered his first professional deal with the club as he is currently a second year scholar. He is the second of that crop to be offered a deal, as Callum Camps was the first

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Wrexham FC players David Artell and Joe Anyinsah have both been released as manager Kevin Wilkin today announced the first part of his retained list.

Wilkin held his first set of meetings with the Dragons players today as he looks to build his own team at the Racecourse, with only five players in contract after the end of the season.

Defenders Steve Tomassen and Leon Clowes have both accepted new deals with the club. Tomassen has signed for a further year and Clowes a short-term contract.

Wrexham FC 2014-15 squad: The fans verdict

Wilkin has also made offers to Andy Coughlin, Johnny Hunt, Mark Carrington, Nick Rushton, Jonathan Royle and Danny Livesey, who joined Wrexham on loan in January and has not been offered a new deal by Carlisle United.

Midfielder Kevin Thornton, who finished the season on loan at Tamworth, has been invited to return for pre-season training to try and fight for a contract.

The remainder of the squad, including skipper Dean Keates, will meet with Wilkin tomorrow to discuss their futures, except for Cameroonian keeper Joslain Mayebi who is on holiday.

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Notts County manager Shaun Derry has confirmed his retained and released list as he looks to shape a squad for the 2014/15 season.

Of those whose contracts are due to expire this summer, Alan Sheehan, Gary Liddle, Jimmy Spencer, Jamal Campbell-Ryce, Kyle Dixon and Jeremy Balmy have all been offered new contracts with the club.

The club have also taken up an option of a further year on highly-rated young striker Ronan Murray’s contract.

Manny Smith, Dean Leacock, Enoch Showunmi, Adam Coombes, Mark Fotheringham, Andre Boucaud, Gareth Roberts, Malcolm Melvin, Romello Nangle and Malachi Lavelle-Moore will not be offered new deals, but the club would like to thank all of them for their efforts during their time with the club and to wish them well for the future.

Bartosz Bialkowski, Fabian Spiess, Mustapha Dumbuya, Danny Haynes, Tyrell Waite, Curtis Thompson, Greg Tempest and Haydn Hollis are all under contract with the club beyond this summer.

Brad McGowan and Harry Andrews both graduated from the youth setup to join the first team squad this summer.

Notts survived relegation from League One on a dramatic last day of the season after securing a 1-1 draw at Oldham

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Leicester City have now announced their retained list for our coming Premiership campaign next season.

Leicester confirm that they will, or already have, offered new terms to the following players:

Kasper Schmeichel, David Nugent, Lloyd Dyer, Marcin Wasilewski and Tom Hopper.

The other day it was said negotiations had broken down with Dyer, but with no confirmation from the club of that fact - and this announcement, obviously they haven't.

The club has also offered, or will offer, deals to the following Development Squad players.

Kieran Kennedy, Ryan Watson, Adam Dawson, Zak McCourt, Marcel Barrington, Jacob Blyth, Michael Cain, Harry Panayiotou, James Pearson, Alie Sesay and Adam Smith.

The club have also confirmed that seven players have been released and will officially depart the club when their contracts expire over the coming weeks.

Sean St. Ledger, Zak Whitbread, George Taft, Neil Danns, Jamie Anton, Ben Frempah and Robert Paratore will therefore be leaving.

Last night it was announced that Gary Taylor-Fletcher had signed a new 12 month deal, and obviously Kevin Phillips has now hung up his boots and taken on a coaching role at the club.

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Ellis Harrison has been placed on the transfer list, whilst Smith, Brown and Santos have been offered fresh deals.

Alan Gow has been offered a chance to prove his fitness over the summer to earn a new deal.

The following players have today been released - Fabian Broghammer, David Clarkson, Seanan Clucas, Steven Gillespie, Jordan Goddard, Conor Gough, Mitch Harding, Pat Keary, Jim Paterson, Eliot Richards, Josh Southway, Danny Woodards.

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Vale boss Micky Adams has announced his retained list (no mention whether he is on it or not!). Anthony Griffith, Liam Chilvers and Rob Taylor have been released, while Chris Shuker is retiring. The Official Site stats that a further 12 players have been offered fresh terms. However, only 10 are named. These are:

Chris Neal, Carl Dickinson, Richard Duffy, Joe Davis, Doug Loft, Billy Knott, Chris Lines, Chris Birchall, Ryan Lloyd and Jennison Myrie-Williams.

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Barnet have announced their retained list for the 2014/2015 season and there is a big surprise with Keanu Marsh-Brown being placed on the transfer list by the club.

The 21-year-old winger is one of ten players contracted with the Bees for the next campaign. He agreed a long-term deal with the club in December.

However, Barnet head coach Martin Allen says Marsh-Brown is available for transfer as the Bees look to increase funds.

In addition to Marsh-Brown, the players contracted are Graham Stack, David Stephens, Elliot Johnson, Andy Yiadom, Luisma Villa, Luke Gambin, Iffy Allen and George Sykes

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Leeds United tonight began the rebuilding of their squad by releasing seven senior players and six junior professionals.

Michael Brown, El-Hadji Diouf, Danny Pugh and Luke Varney were among the experienced players culled as United launched a major clear-out at Elland Road.

As reported by the YEP this week, a new deal has been offered to 20-year-old left-back Charlie Taylor – currently on loan at Fleetwood Town – and development-squad defender Afolabi Coker is also in line for an extended stay with Leeds.

United have taken up options to extend the contracts of goalkeeper Alex Cairns – the club’s understudy throughout this season – and centre-back Ross Killock.

But all of the senior players who are due to move on from Leeds at the end of June will depart the club.

Goalkeeper Jamie Ashdown, defender Adam Drury and midfielder Paul Green have been told that their services are no longer required.

Drury and Green finished the season on loan at Bradford City and Ipswich Town respectively, and Varney saw out the Championship term at Blackburn Rovers, a club he joined temporarily with a view to a permanent deal.

Leeds have not commented on whether any of their under-contract players have been officially transfer-listed.

The six young professionals released are Simon Lenighan, twins Nathan and Lewis Turner, Richard Bryan, Smith Tiesse and Gboly Ariyibi.

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Found an issue when playing as Man Utd. I guess it's related to them being in the Europa League when they shouldn't really be, but I can't register any players for the competition. It never asks you to register players, and there's no option to if you go to your squad and click "registration". So I can only pick U21 players!

Might be a game bug rather than an issue with your update, I guess.

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Marco van Basten shouldn't be unemployed, he left Heerenveen after this season to take over AZ.

Also, the relegation playoffs in Netherlands just finished, FC Dordrecht and Excelsior promoted together with Jupiler League winners Willem II. NEC and RKC Waalwijk relegated together with Roda JC.

Ajax have signed Arkadiusz Milik from Bayer Leverkusen on loan with option to buy.

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Found an issue when playing as Man Utd. I guess it's related to them being in the Europa League when they shouldn't really be,

This should be fixed when all new Europa League participants and seeding's are finalised

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New Update in OP

  • Arsenal FA Cup Winners added
  • Cambridge in Football League added
  • All Champions League teams done, most of Europa League teams done
  • Van Gaal at Man Utd done
  • Not started on squads much yet

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AFC Wimbledon midfielder Sammy Moore has penned a new deal to stay at the club after impressing manager Neal Ardley with his consistent performances during 2013/14.

Rochdale goalkeeper Josh Lillis has committed his future to the club. Lillis had been out of contract this summer but he has now signed a new two-year contract at Spotland.

It emerged on Friday that Lionel Messi had agreed a new deal to stay at Barcelona, and he has now put pen to paper on a contract which will reportedly make him the best-paid player in the world.

Bolton have already announced the signings of Liam Trotter and Neil Danns ahead of the 2014/15 campaign, and now the Championship outfit have confirmed they will also be signing Liam Feeney on a free transfer from Millwall for next season. The 27-year-old spent a month on loan with Wanderers in September / October 2013, making four appearances.

Cheltenham Town have snapped up right-back Lee Vaughan on a two-year deal. The 27-year-old helped Kidderminster to seventh spot in the Conference last season. However, he'd been with the Harriers for four years and felt it was the right time to move up to a higher level

Northern Ireland international centre-back Rory McArdle has put pen to paper on a new contact at Bradford City, keeping the 27-year-old at Valley Parade until summer 2017.

Big news for Bury fans as they welcome former star striker Ryan Lowe back to Gigg Lane on a two-year deal. Lowe left Gigg Lane three summers ago to join Sheffield Wednesday for a six-figure fee but had a disappointing time of it at Hillsborough and moved on to MK Dons and then Tranmere. He hit 19 goals for Rovers in League One last season but couldn't keep them up, and now they have allowed him to move back to the Shakers.

The signing at Rochdale is back-up goalkeeper and player/coach Steve Collis. The 33-year-old is staying on at Spotland on a new two-year contract having joined Dale originally in January 2013. He's yet to make a first-team appearance for the club, but is a valued member of Keith Hill's playing and backroom staff.

Sheffield United boss Nigel Clough says he's still looking for another proven goalscorer. Marc McNulty has arrived from Livingston on a free transfer and the Blades boss says:

Defender Adam Lockwood has earned himself a new deal at Oldham, having initially joined the Latics on a free transfer back in January

Gillingham defender Sam Muggleton has signed a permanent deal with Barnet following his release from Priestfield Stadium

The experienced Steve Elliott is staying on at League Two Cheltenham Town in the capacity of player-coach on a one-year deal. Elliott, 35,

The new arrival down at the Broadfield Stadium is winger Jimmy Smith. The 27-year-old joins Crawley Town on a deal until summer 2016. Smith signed for Stevenage on a free transfer last summer after being released by Leyton Orient and made 42 league appearances, scoring three goals.

We're hearing reports that Cardiff City have handed a new three-year contract to young midfielder Joe Ralls, who spent the last season on loan with Yeovil in the Championship, where he made 38 appearances and scored three goals for the Glovers.

A double deal for Sheffield United as Nigel Clough starts putting his plans in place for next season with the signing of Marc McNulty and Jamal Campbell-Ryce.

Hoffenheim have confirmed that Switzerland international Eren Derdiyok has left the club to join Turkish side Kasimpasa.

Inter Milan have confirmed that Esteban Cambiasso will leave at the end of the season after a decade at the San Siro.

Aston Villa have signed young midfielder Anes Omerovic from Austrian side AKA Vorarlberg.

Swindon striker Paul Benson will sign for Luton this summer when he is officially released by the Robins.

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Armin Hodzic (Liverpool, at loan in Zeljeznicar) has signed a contract with Dinamo Zagreb until 2018

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Am I talking to a brick wall here or something? Ive taken the time to post something I feel would help the update and three times ive asked for a reply on that but am getting ignored. People that dont understand why Norwich/Derby are in their leagues get a reply (even though I'd already done that coz its not exactly rocket science is it), but I try and contribute to your update and get ignored. Yeh brilliant that :applause:

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Scunthorpe United central defender Callum Howe has signed a new one-year deal with the club.

Aston Villa midfielder Gary Gardner has agreed a new two-year deal with club, keeping him at Villa Park until June 2016.

Scunthorpe United defender Luke Waterfall has signed a new one-year contract with the club.

Yeovil striker James Hayter has signed a new 12-month deal with the Glovers.

Nathan Smith will return to Yeovil for a second spell from Chesterfield. The Jamaica international made 119 appearances for Yeovil after they snapped him up from Potters Bar Town back in 2008 before making the move north three years years ago

Bolton will sign midfielder Andy Robinson when his contract with Southampton expires this summer. The 21-year-old, who enjoyed a brief spell on loan with Wanderers during the latter stages of the season, will sign a one-year deal.

Plymouth's long-serving defender Paul Wotton has agreed a new one-year player/coach role with the Pilgrims.

Ipswich defender Carlos Edwards has joined Millwall on a permanent basis

Aston Villa released Marc Albrighton yesterday

Dutch defender Tom Beugelsdijk has rejected moves to Blackpool, Birmingham and Rotherham to sign with German side FSV Frankfurt

Cardiff City have confirmed the expected signing of striker Javi Guerra on a three-year contract from Real Valladolid.

Oxford United have confirmed that James Constable is set to leave the club after six years after the striker rejected a new contract.

Yeovil Town now as James Hayter agrees a 12-month extension.

Motherwell have signed midfielder Josh Law on a one-year contract after his deal with Conference club Alfreton Town expired.

Notts County are continuing to strengthen their squad and have signed former Sheffield Wednesday defender Taylor McKenzie on a two-year contract.

Sampdoria coach Sinisa Mihajlovic signed a new contract with the club on Tuesday night to stay in charge next season and he confirmed there will be a few changes to his squad over the summer. Mihajlovic said:

And in more news from Serie A, veteran midfielder Massimo Ambrosini has announced that he will leave Fiorentina this summer after just one season with La Viola.

Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert has paid tribute to Marc Albrighton and Nathan Delfouneso after they were released by the Premier League club

News of a fresh face arriving at Brighton, with Nzuzi Toko joining the club on July 1 on a three-year deal.

West Brom have agreed a three-year deal with Craig Gardner and he will officially join the Hawthorns club on June 1 after being released by Sunderland, much to the delight of director of football administration Richard Garlick.

Newport County have have announced the signings of centre-back Darren Jones and midfielder Yan Klukowsk

Rochdale have signed defender Sean McGinty following his departure from Sheffield United.

Shrewsbury Town manager Micky Mellon has made his first signing, bringing in winger Ashley Vincent.

Plymouth Argyle have signed forward Deane Smalley on a two-year deal. The 25-year-old joins the Pilgrims on a free transfer after three seasons at Oxford United

Preston North End have announced that Nicky Wroe, Graham Cummins, John Mousinho, Ryan Croasdale, Chris Beardsley and Alex Richardson are all leaving Deepdale this summer after their deals expired.

Hoffenheim have signed Bosnia international defender Ermin Bicakcic from relegated Eintracht Braunschweig

Former England and Manchester United striker Alan Smith is reportedly set to join Notts County. The 33-year-old, who won 19 caps for his country, is a free agent after leaving MK Dons.

Bosnian striker Armin Hodzic has finalised a move to Dinamo Zagreb after departing Liverpool

Morecambe have confirmed that the League Two club has agreed two-year deals with four players. Jamie Devitt and Ryan Edwards both had loan spells at the Globe Arena from Chesterfield and Blackburn respectively last season and now return on permanent deals.

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Enrique in Barcelona ? Van Gaal in MANU ? Ranieri out Monaco ? Hazard want to quit Chelsea ? :):) and Pinto out Barca ? Toure want out City ? :)

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Could have just put who got released/offered new contracts instead. :p

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Also Declan Dalley can be added to the Man Utd released list. Apparently has had to retire due to injury, and Patrice Evra has extended his contract by 1 year

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