Club stalwart Adam Roscoe is among seven players set to leave Chorley following the conclusion of the 2017/18 campaign.
Defender Kieran Charnock and forward Jason Walker are the other permanent members of Matt Jansen’s squad to depart, while the loan deals of Matt Urwin, Luke Burgess, Delial Brewster and Lee Molyneux have ended. Fan favourite Roscoe enjoyed two spells at Victory Park, signing initially in 2005, before returning in 2011 during Gary Flitcroft’s reign as manager. Playing a total of 345 games in a black and white shirt, the 32-year-old will be best remembered for his stunning overhead kick against Boston in the 2015 play-off semi-final and his winner against Kidderminster at the same stage two years later.
“Adam has been such a big part of this football club for so many years,” assistant manager Jamie Vermiglio told chorleyfc.com. “The number of appearances he has is testament to his commitment. His attitude and personality around our changing room has been first class – he is and will always be one of the lads.
“Adam moves on with our best wishes in search of more regular football as he approaches the back end of his career. Like all our core players, Adam will forever be welcome at Victory Park.”
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