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Vital QPR has compiled a complete list of players that have been released their contracts in the Premier League and the Football League.

In a climate of heavy spending from certain quarters there are players that will ultimately suffer, whether it be released for financial or playing reasons, clubs have been dispensing of professionals up and down the country in every league.

Here we examine the Premier League and Football League and the players that have been relieved of their contracts.

Have we missed any? Let us know on The Forum

PREMIER LEAGUE

Arsenal

Amaury Bischoff
James Dunne
Rui Fonte
Abu Ogogo
Paul Rodgers
Rene Steer
Vincent van den Berg
Anton Blackwood
Jonas Rasmussen

Birmingham City

Radhi Jaidi
Artur Krysiak

Manchester City

Danny Mills
Dietmar Hamman
Michael Ball

Portsmouth

Noe Pamarot
Jerome Thomas
Lauren
Djimi Traore
Glen Little

Sunderland

Arnau Riera
David Connolly
Dwight Yorke
Nick Colgan
Darren Ward

Tottenham Hotspur

Ricardo Rocha

CHAMPIONSHIP

Barnsley

Marciano Van Homoet
Diego Leon
Kyle Letheren

Blackpool

Claus Jorgensen
Jermaine Wright
Marlon Broomes
Francesco Carratta
Stuart Green
Ashton Bayliss
Matt Kay

Bristol City

David Noble

Coventry City

Donovan Simmonds
Michael Mifsud
Guillaume Beuzelin
Andy Marshall

Crystal Palace

Paul Ifill
John Oster
James Scowcroft
Ryan Carolan
James Dayton
Jamie Smith
David Wilkinson

Doncaster Rovers

Jason Price
Gareth Taylor
Darren Byfield
Tomi Ameobi

Ipswich Town

Ivan Campo
Dean Bowditch
Chris Casement
Jai Reason
Kurt Robinson
Matt Richards
Dan Harding

Leicester City

Patrick Kisnorbo
Paul Henderson
Barry Hayles
Bruno N'Gotty
Marc Edworthy

Nottingham Forest

Emile Sinclair
Adam Newbold
Richard Tait
Hamza Bencherif
Liam Hook
Tom Sharpe
Ryan Whitehurst
Adam Gamble
Paddy Gamble

Peterborough United

Danny Blanchett
Craig Braham-Barrett
Kieran Charnock
Alfie Potter
Scott Rendell
Rene Howe
Kwesi Appiah

Preston North End

Phil Appiah
Andrew Murphy
Dean Stott
Rob Turner
Nathan Fairhurst

Queens Park Rangers

Liam Miller
Jake Cole
Danny Maguire
Chris Arthur

Reading

Graeme Murty
Michael Duberry
Leroy Lita
Alan Bennett
Gary Frewen
Scott Golbourne
Tom Hateley
Daniel Spence
Sam Sodje

Scunthorpe United

Joe Wilcox
Michael Lea

Sheffield Wednesday

Steve Watson
Liam McMenamin
Sam Liversidge

Swansea City

Dion Chambers
Kyle Graves

Watford

Steve Kabba

West Bromwich Albion

Carl Hoefkens
Pedro Pele
Jared Hodgkiss
Sherjill MacDonald

LEAGUE ONE

Charlton Athletic

Harry Arter
Darren Ambrose
Svetoslav Todorov
Nicky Weaver
Aswad Thomas
Rashid Yussuff

Exeter City

Steve Basham
Jack Obersteller
Ronnie Bull
Fred Murray

Gillingham

Nicky Southall
Gary Mulligan
Chris Kiely
Sean Clohessy
Andrew Crofts

Leeds United

Frazer Richardson

Millwall

Preston Edwards

Norwich City

Carl Cort

Southampton

Rudolf Skacel
Romain Gasmi
Ryan Smith

Southend United

Charles Ademeno
Peggy Lokando

Wycombe Wanderers

Nathan Ashton

Yeovil Town

Jordan Street
Aaron Brown
Rob Fitzgerald

LEAGUE TWO

Barnet

Adam Birchall
Michael Leary
Nicky Nicolau
Ran Kadoch
Max Porter

Bury

Steve Haslam
Paul Morgan

Cheltenham Town

Lloyd Owusu

Crewe Alexandra

Eugen Bopp

Darlington

Neil Austin

Grimsby Town

Andy Taylor

Macclesfield Town

Richard Walker
Francis Green
Jordan Hadfield
Jamie Tolley
Danny Thomas
James Jennings
Ahmed Deen
Rikki Bains
Neil Harvey
Christian Millar
Matt Towns
Chris Hirst

Rotherham United

Steven Cann
Peter Holmes
Jamie Clarke
Omar Garcia
Jamie Yates
Marc Newsham
Andy Todd
Tom Cahill

Torquay United

Steve Woods
Roscoe D`Sane



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Writer:Boxer
Date:Thursday July 2 2009
Time: 11:37AM

Comments

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That isn't everyone! By no means!
Matt_Us
02/07/2009 12:46:00
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It's tough cobbling the information together, but I'm editing as I go along ;-)
Boxer
02/07/2009 13:10:00
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wow, that's a big list of nobodies and has-beens. Hope none of them make their way to Loftus road. (Unless they are coming to watch us , of course !)
kiwi park ranger
02/07/2009 21:25:00
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