Swindon Town have announced their released and retained list following the end of the 2021-22 EFL Sky Bet League Two campaign.
PLAYERS UNDER CONTRACT FOR 2022-23:
Already contracted for the 2022-23 season are: Ricky Aguiar, George Cowmeadow, Ben Gladwin, Ellis Iandolo, Harry McKirdy, Harrison Minturn, Louis Reed, Lewis Ward, Jonny Williams.
The Club have also taken up the years contract option on: Mohammad Dabre.
PLAYERS OFFERED NEW CONTRACTS:
The Club have offered new contracts to Mathieu Baudry, Mandela Egbo, Harry Parsons, Akin Odimayo, Jack Payne and Jojo Wollacott, whilst the Club remain in talks with Rob Hunt.
PLAYERS NOT OFFERED NEW CONTRACTS:
The Club have released: Dion Conroy, Ryan East, Emmanuel Idem, Jayden Mitchell-Lawson.
LOAN PLAYERS RETURNING TO PARENT CLUBS:
Whilst loan players Louie Barry, Brandon Cooper, Josh Davison, Jake O’Brien and Joe Tomlinson have all returned to their parent Clubs.
Jordan Lyden remains within the fold as the Club continues to monitor the player's progress since being injured in February.
We would like to place on record our immense thanks to Dion Conroy, who first joined the club in January 2017 from Chelsea. Conroy has been a loyal servant ever since, making over 115 appearances for the club and wearing the Captain’s armband for the past few seasons. He showed tremendous courage in overcoming a series of serious injuries, and we wish Dion all the very best for the future after years of loyal service to the Reds.
We also want to wish Ryan East, Jayden Mitchell-Lawson and Emmanuel Idem the very best for the future, with all three playing key roles in our success in making the Playoffs in 2021-22.
And we want to issue a big thank you to Louie Barry, Brandon Cooper, Josh Davison, Jake O’Brien and Joe Tomlinson who all arrived on loan in January, and who all represented the club superbly on and off the pitch.
We thank all of the players who are leaving us for their service to the Club, however long or short a time they have been a Red.
We wish them every success for their future careers, and they will always be welcome visitors to The County Ground.