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Palace release five players

Palace release five players

Five players were released today, with more to follow, as Palace start to fine tune for next seasons assault on automatic promotion.

The five are Mark Kennedy, Aaron Fray, Ryan Hall, Ben Kudjodji and Moses Swaibu.

Youth stars Fray, Hall, Kudjodji and Swaibu, who have five first team appearances between them, have been told they are not in the blueprint for next seans push , while Kennedy, the most high-profile of the departures, has also been told he has no future at the club by boss Neil Warnock.

More to follow watch this space....

Writer:Eagle1
Date:Tuesday May 20 2008
Time: 8:37PM

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Mark Kennedy and Ben Kudjodji can come to millwall ive heard good stuff about Ben, what was he like when he played for you?
Karld
20/05/2008 21:29:00
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id have kennedy at wednesday
mansfieldowl
21/05/2008 09:00:00
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Could any of the young lads who have been released do a decent job at a league two side?
Dean1
24/05/2008 02:18:00
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Oh aye, that's our Neil. Get rid of the youth!! (Kennedy aside) he'll be signing Wayne Allison! In fairness, it worked for us & he got us promoted with a team of ageing players that nobody wanted (Shipperley, Unsworth, Gillespie, were all key)
shepsblade
30/05/2008 15:38:00
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