After a day of player negotiations at AFC Sudbury there are two more players staying with the club, while two had been released.
Staying with AFC for another year is 22 year-old central defender Ryan Henshaw. He has been with the club since 2010 and has made 257 appearances and is currently tenth in the all time appearance chart.
Also remaining with the club is young midfielder Jack Newman who joined last season making 38 appearances, he has signed a contract for a year with a further years option.
Leaving are two other young players, Ross Bailey and George Clarke. Ross joined last term and made 41 appearances in an AFC shirt, while George also came last season and made 24 appearances.
On their departure Manager Jamie Godbold said “‘We felt at this stage of their development they need to be getting 50 games and we can’t guarantee them that with our promotion. They are top young players and played massive parts in helping us become champions”.
Source: AFC Sudbury