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50 1997 born English Footballers

 

 

50 1997 born English Footballers

 

 

Gk – Freddie Woodman, Dean Henderson

Def – Joe Gomez, Callum Connolly, Taylor Moore, Jake Clarke-Salter, Max Lowe, Tosin Adarabioyo, Kyle Walker-Peters, Jonjoe Kenny, Dael Fry, James Bree, Cameron Borthwick-Johnson, Fikayo Tomori, Axel Tuanzebe, Rico Henry, Joe Worrall, Demetri Mitchell, Ezri Konsa, Elliot Moore, Brandon Mason, Anton Walkes

Mid – Josh Onomah, Ryan Ledson, Ainsley Maitland-Niles, Liam Walsh, Josh Sims, Lewis Cook, Jordan Rossiter, Connor Mahoney, Kieran Dowell, Dan Crowley, Ovie Ejaria, Harrison Chapman, Harvey Barnes, Matty Cash, Hamza Choudhury, Bright Osayi-Samuel, Aaron Nemane, George Dobson

For – Patrick Roberts, Izzy Brown, Dominic Solanke, Adam Armstrong, Sheyi Ojo, Tammy Abraham, Marcus Rashford, Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Ademola Lookman, Karlan Ahearne-Grant

 

 

If ever one year group could be called a Golden generation it’s these 1997 born players. They won the Under 17 Euros they were involved in and then this last summer they won the Under 20 world cup even though they were shorn of the likes of Gomez, Roberts & Abraham. This is such a strong group of players.

What’s really good is that already many of these players are getting game time at different levels of football. Of course the big thing is making sure they get the right game time continually for the next two or three seasons so players can learn and develop but the initial signs are very positive.

Here’s a composite team of these 1997 born English footballers:-

 

  1. Freddie Woodman
  2. Jonjoe Kenny
  3. Kyle Walker-Peters
  4. Ainsley Maitland-Niles
  5. Joe Gomez
  6. Fikayo Tomori
  7. Patrick Roberts
  8. Lewis Cook
  9. Tammy Abraham
  10. Dominic Solanke
  11. Marcus Rashford

 

This is a very strong team. Already four of these players have played for England, Eight have appeared in the Premier League this season and Patrick Roberts has appeared in the Champions League group stages for Celtic. Then you have the players not in this team like Dominic Calvert-Lewin & Ademola Lookman. There’s some really good players waiting in the wings. It’s going to be fascinating to see how this year group evolves over the next few seasons but they are already making their mark and I see no good reason why that won’t continue as these players develop.

 

 

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2017/18 Uefa Youth League – English Footballers

 

 

2017/18 Uefa Youth League – English Footballers

 

 

Chelsea – 16 Players

 

1998 – Josh Grant, Jacob Maddox

1999 – Jamie Cumming, Trevoh Chalobah, Reece James, Dujon Sterling, Luke McCormick, Tariq Uwakwe, Martell Taylor-Crossdale, Charlie Brown

2000 – Marc Guehi, Jonathan Panzo, Conor Gallagher, George McEachran, Callum Hudson-Odoi

2001 – Faustino Anjorin

 

 

Liverpool – 10 Players

 

1998 – Herbie Kane

1999 – Anthony Driscoll-Glennon, Adam Lewis, Liam Coyle

2000 – Rhian Brewster, Thomas Clayton

2001 – Rhys Williams, Elijah Bonner-Dixon, Luis Longstaff, Curtis Jones

 

 

Manchester City – 15 Players

 

1998 – Daniel Grimshaw, Demeaco Duhaney, Jacob Davenport

1999 – Edward Francis, Ash Kibbu, Sadou Diallo, Tom Dele- Bashiru, Luke Bolton

2000 – Curtis Anderson, Joel Latibeaudiere, Felix Nmecha, Taylor Richards, Phil Foden, Ian Carlo Poveda

2001 – Thomas Doyle

 

 

Manchester United – 11 Players

 

1998 – Tyrell Warren, RoShaun Williams

1999 – George Tanner, Thomas Sang, Jake Kenyon, Josh Bohui

2000 – Brandon Williams, Aidan Barlow, Angel Gomes

2001 – Ethan Laird, James Garner

 

 

Tottenham Hotspur – 19 Players

 

1998 – George Marsh, Marcus Edwards, Kazaiah Sterling

1999 – Jaden Brown, Jonathan Dinzeyi, Japhet Tanganga, Samuel Shashoua, Dylan Duncan, Keanen Bennetts, Jamie Reynolds

2000 – Timothy Eyoma, Brooklyn Lyons-Foster, Tariq Hinds, Oliver Skipp, Tashan Oakley-Boothe, Reo Griffiths, Rodel Richards

2001 – Paris Maghoma, Jamie Bowden

 

 

This season’s competition is much stronger than the English teams efforts in 2016/17 and it’s reflected with all five teams progressing beyond the group stage. All the English teams qualified despite them losing English players for England victorious Under 17 World Cup campaign which is also very impressive. I must also mention Jadon Sancho as he played in the Uefa Youth League this season for Dortmund.

Here’s a composite team of English Players who’ve appeared in this season’s tournament

 

  1. Dan Grimshaw
  2. Reece James
  3. Demeaco Duhaney
  4. George Marsh
  5. Trevoh Chalobah
  6. RoShaun Williams
  7. Dujon Sterling
  8. Tashan Oakley-Boothe
  9. Kazaiah Sterling
  10. Marcus Edwards
  11. Phil Foden

 

Subs – Jamie Cumming(gk), Rhian Brewster, Callum Hudson-Odoi, George McEachran, Jacob Davenport, Tyrell Warren, Curtis Jones

 

This is a pretty useful team and is made up of lots of young England internationals. After England’s Under 17 World Cup win it’s going to be very interesting to see how these players kick on and develop. For the first time ever there’s so much confidence emanating from England’s young footballers and the sky’s the limit if they can go on and fulfil their potential in the years to come.

 

Free Agents – Dec 2017

 

 

Less than a month now until the transfer window opens. Still plenty of free agents out there. It’s unlikely that many of these players will get picked off before January but you never know. Here’s a selection of possible players. Who does your team need?

 

 

Free Agents

 

Gk – Ross Turnbull, Will Puddy, Chris Kettings, Hugo Ventura, Matt Jones, Thomas Vincensini

Def – Seb Bassong, Joleon Lescott, Benoit Tremoulinas, Juan Rafael Fuentes, Callam Jones, Kelvin Wilson, Bacary Sagna, Sam Westley, Adam Henley, Joel Ekstrand, Stephen Kelly, Lewin Nyatanga, Matty Templeton, Reece Wabara, Lewis Buxton, Bob Harris, Aymen Belaid, Florian Marange, Essaid Belkalem, Silvio, Ryan Taylor, Ousmane Viera, Jordan Mustoe

Mid – Kieran Richardson, Dale Jennings, Tom Hateley, Jan Kirchhoff, Danny Guthrie, Kris Commons, Mathieu Flamini, Carlos De Pena, Aidy White, Giles Coke, Aaron Kuhl, Lee Williamson, Chris Dawson, Modou Sougou, Mark Davies, Jerome Thomas, Franck Moussa, Victor Ayala, Patrick Ebert, Ukra, Andrei Prepelita, Ashkan Dejagah, Nigel Reo-Coker, Oscar Gobern, Kagisho Dikgacoi, Diego Capel

For – Jose Antonio Reyes, Giuseppe Rossi, Matty Fryatt, Dexter Blackstock, Ishmael Miller, Rai Simons, Ruud Boymans, Carlton Cole, Mirko Vucinic, Alex Nimely, David N’Gog

 

 

 

50 1996 born English Footballers

 

 

50 1996 born English Footballers

 

 

Gk – Angus Gunn, Harry Burgoyne, Jake Eastwood, Ted Smith

Def – Ben Chilwell, Mason Holgate, Brendan Galloway, Reece Burke, Ashley Smith-Brown, Farrend Rawson, Joe Riley, Josh Dacres-Cogley, Max Clark, Connor Ogilvie, Cohen Bramall, Myles Kenlock, Jordan Thorniley, Sid Nelson

Mid – Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Charlie Colkett, Dele Alli, Ryan Kent, Brandon Barker, Kasey Palmer, Cameron Brannagan, Teddy Bishop, Joe Williams, Kean Bryan, Matthew Willock, Devonte Redmond, Jake Hesketh, Harry Winks, Will Miller, James Maddison, James Harrison, Fred Onyedinma, Jermain Anderson, Jack Stacey, Rees Greenwood, Callum Guy

For – Jerome Sinclair, Ivan Toney, Demarai Gray, Alex Gilliead, Che Adams, Mason Bennett, Jarrod Bowen, Tyler Walker, Ryan Seager, Dom Telford

 

 

These 1996 born players are in their final year of being Under 21’s so from next season they’ll have to fight to get into the Premier League 25 man Squads. There’s been quite a turnover from this fifty but there’s some good footballers in this group and hopefully more of them will kick on over the next couple of years.

From the last list of this group that I published in March 2016, 70% of the players are the same whilst 30% have changed. That means 15 players effectively falling away to be replaced with other up and coming players who’ve emerged in the last 18 months. That’s a reflection of how youth development works with winners and losers.

The first group of these 1996 born English players I published was in September 2014. Of those players only 25 still remain on this list. That reflects players falling down the leagues as well as those who change nationality. It also reflect how things change from the ages of 18 to 21. If you don’t get the right development opportunities you can fall out of the game in an instant.

Lets looks at a sample team of these 1996 born English Players.

 

  1. Angus Gunn
  2. Mason Holgate
  3. Ben Chilwell
  4. Harry Winks
  5. Brendan Galloway
  6. Reece Burke
  7. Demarai Gray
  8. Ruben Loftus-Cheek
  9. Jarrod Bowen
  10. Dele Alli
  11. Kasey Palmer

 

This is a very good side made up of a midfield trio of England players. What’s been good about this 1996 age group from the very start is that the best of these players are very good indeed. With the likes of Alli, Loftus-Cheek & Winks we’ll hopefully be seeing that over the next ten years or so as they players improve and mature before reaching their peak hopefully still with England and with success in the International arena.

 

 

 

League Two Players Out of Contract – Summer 2018

 

Here is a list of League Two footballers who go out of contract next summer. This is just the first of these lists. I’ll publish another one at a later date as more contract information becomes available. The January transfer window changes things too so this list will evolve considerably over the rest of the season.

 

 

League Two Contract Expiry Summer 2018

 

 

Accrington Stanley – Mark Hughes, Scott Brown, Ben Richards-Everton, Liam Nolan, Aaron Chapman, Mekhi McLeod, Erico Sousa, Reegan Ogle, Ross Sykes, Nathan Wolland, Toby Savin, Josh Hmami, Joel Mills, Tom Reilly, Niall Watson

Barnet – Jamal Campbell-Ryce, Curtis Weston, Jean-Louis Akpa Akpro, Alex Nicholls, Michael Nelson, Charlie Clough, Ryan Watson, Elliot Johnson, Jamie Stephens, Ruben Bover, Richard Brindley, Craig Ross, Ricardo Santos, Shaq Coulthurst, Shane Cojocarel, Simeon Akinola, Kai McKenzie-Lyle, David Tutonda, Wesley Fonguck, Justin Amaluzor, Fumnaya Shomotun, Harry Taylor, Jack Taylor, Ephron Mason-Clarke, Joe Payne, Tobi Coker, Renell McKenzie-Lyle, Louis Annesley, Dwight Pascal, Rio Connell, Benjy Aghadiuno

Cambridge United – David Forde, Jabo Ibehre, David Amoo, Medy Elito, Greg Taylor, Leon Legge, Piero Mingoia, Harrison Dunk, Uche Ikpeazu, Brad Halliday, Josh Coulson, Finley Iron, Jordan Norville-Williams, Sam Squire, Ben Worman, Mark Roberts

Carlisle United – Clint Hill, Luke Joyce, Danny Grainger, Shaun Miller, Mike Jones, Reggie Lambe, Nicky Adams, Gary Liddle, Jamie Devitt, Tom Miller, John O’Sullivan, Samir Nabi, Cameron Salkeld, Jordan Holt, Jack Egan, Morgan Bacon, Jack Ellis

Cheltenham Town – Kyle Storer, Scott Flinders, Aaron Downes, Danny Wright, Jamie Grimes, Daniel O’Shaughnessy, Carl Winchester, Jordan Cranston, Janaai Gordon, Alex Davey, Jerell Sellars, William Boyle, Mohamed Eisa, Rhys Lovett, Matt Bower, Josh Thomas, Adam Page, Dan Holman, Lewis Clayton, Lee Llewelyn, George Lloyd

Chesterfield – Robbie Weir, Ian Evatt, Sam Hird, Matthew Briggs, Kristian Dennis, Reece Mitchell, Jerome Binnon-Williams, Connor Dimaio, Bradley Barry, Laurence Maguire, Delial Brewster, Dylan Parkin, Ricky German, Joe Rowley, Jack Brownell, Jay Smith, Ify Ofoegbu, Josh Tipping

Colchester United – Sanmi Odelusi(31/12/17) Cole Kpekawa, Doug Loft, Luke Prosser, Rene Gilmartin, Sam Walker, Craig Slater, Sean Murray, Kurtis Guthrie, Lewis Kinsella, Brennan Dickenson, Drey Wright, Tommy O’Sullivan, Tom Lapslie, Kane Vincent-Young, Denny Johnstone, Dominic Kurasik, Daniel Jeffries, Sam Warde, Diaz Wright, Courtney Senior, Charley Edge, Louis Dunne, Eli Phipps, Eoin McKeown, Josh Pollard, Decarrey Sheriff, Tarryn Allarakhia, Callum Sturgess

Coventry City – Michael Doyle, Darragh Leahy, Dion Kelly-Evans, Devon Kelly-Evans, Corey Addai, Callum Maycock, Reece Ford, Jak Hickman, Tom Bayliss, Jordan Shipley, Jordon Thompson, Kyle Finn, Bilal Sayoud, Kyel Reid, Chris Camwell, Kwame Thomas

Crawley Town – Mark Randall, Lewis Young, Josh Payne, Dannie Bulman, Billy Clifford, Kaby, Josh Doherty, Yusuf Mersin, Enzio Boldewijn, Aryan Tajbakhsh, Jordan Roberts, Josh Lelan, Nathan Okoye, Addison Garnett

Crewe Alexandra – Eddie Nolan, Zoumana Bakayogo, Chris Dagnall, George Ray, Dave Richards, Jamie Jones, Ross Woodcock, George Cooper, Perry Ng, Will Jaaskelainen, Ryan Wintle, Callum Ainley, Charlie Kirk, Oliver Finney, Harry Pickering, Tom Lowery, Daniel Udoh, Owen Dale, Josh Lundstram, Lewis Reilly, Billy Sass-Davies

Exeter City – Lee Holmes, Craig Woodman, Reuben Reid, Robbie Simpson, Troy Brown, Troy Archibald-Henville, Lloyd James, Ryan Harley, Jake Taylor, Liam McAlinden, Pierce Sweeney, Ryan Brunt, Jordan Moore-Taylor, Hiram Boateng, Luke Croll, Jordan Tillson, Christy Pym, Matt Jay, James Hamon, Alex Byrne, Max Smallcombe, Jordan Storey, Archie Collins, Lewis Williams, Jack Sparkes, Ben Seymour, Kyle Egan, Toby Down, Alex Hartridge, Harry Kite, Josh Key

Forest Green Rovers – Sam Russell, Mark Roberts, Isaiah Osbourne, Dale Bennett, Keanu Marsh-Brown, Drissa Traore, Reece Brown, Emmanuel Monthe, Shamir Mullings, Jon Moran, Dan Wishart, Harry Pickering, Omar Bugiel, Jordan Morris, Tom Anderson, Callum Evans, Fabien Robert, Rhys Murphy, Olly Mehew

Grimsby Town – Luke Summerhill, Sean McAllister, Scott Vernon, Karleigh Osborne, Nathan Clarke, James Berrett, James McKeown, Ben Davies, Martyn Woolford, Reece Hall-Johnson, Ben Killip, Zak Mills, Harry Clifton, Siriki Dembele, Jack Keeble, Tom Sawyer, Ahkeem Rose, Max Wright, Chris Clements, Akwasi Asante

Lincoln City – Neal Eardley(31/12/2017), Cameron Stewart(31/1/2018), Nathan Arnold, Matt Green, Jamie McCombe, Luke Waterfall, Matt Rhead, Samuel Habergham, Billy Knott, Alex Woodward, Elliot Whitehouse, Sean Long, Callum Howe, Richard Walton, Ellis Chapman

Luton Town – Alan McCormack, Scott Cuthbert, Alan Sheehan, Jordan Cook, Johnny Mullins, Olly Lee, James Shea, Lawson D’Ath, Dan Potts, Jack Stacey, Harry Isted, Glen Rea, Akin Famewo, Kavan Cotter, Aaron Jarvis, Josh McQuoid

Mansfield Town – Bobby Olejnik, Zander Diamond, Conrad Logan, Paul Anderson, David Mirfin, Jacob Mellis, Will Atkinson, Krystian Pearce, Alfie Potter, Alex MacDonald, Joel Byrom, Rhys Bennett, Jimmy Spencer, Danny Rose, Paul Digby, Johnny Hunt, Malvind Benning, Lee Angol, Hayden White, Jack Thomas, Omari Sterling-James, C.J.Hamilton, George Taft, Lewis Collins, Tom Marriott, Jason Law

Morecambe – Barry Roche, Kevin Ellison, Steve Old, Michael Rose, Garry Thompson, Andy Fleming, Dean Winnard, Vadaine Oliver, Daniel Nizic, Alex Kenyon, Luke Conlan, Aaron McGowan, Patrick Brough, Sam Lavelle, Rhys Turner, Ben Hedley, Niall Maher, Steven Yawson, Luke Jordan, Reece Dakin, Tyler Brownsword, Kyle Hawley

Newport County – David Pipe, Paul Hayes, Sean Rigg, Ben Tozer, Robbie Willmott, James Bittner, Joe Day, Mark O’Brien, Frank Nouble, Marlon Jackson, Joss Labadie, Scot Bennett, Dan Butler, Aaron Williams, Calaum Jahraldo-Martin, Jay Foulston, Jamie Turley, Lewis Collins, Momodou Touray

Notts County – Shola Ameobi, Adam Collin, Alan Smith, Richard Duffy, Jon Stead, Nicky Hunt, Carl Dickinson, Dan Jones, Michael O’Connor, Jonathan Forte, Rob Milsom, Mike Edwards, Matt Tootle, Haydn Hollis, Branislav Pindroch, Curtis Thompson, Ross Fitzsimons, Callum Saunders, Elliot Hodge, Pierce Bird, Joe Searson, Peter Dearle, Jordon Richards, Alex Howes, Samuel Osborne, Dominic Brown-Hill

Port Vale – Danny Pugh, Michael Tonge, Adam Yates, Gavin Gunning, Rob Lainton, Kjell Knops, Anton Forrester, Chris Regis, Anthony de Freitas, Ryan Boot, Graham Kelly, Sam Hornby, Billy Reeves, Dan Turner, Luke Dennis, Mike Calveley, Charlie Walford, Joe Slinn

Stevenage – Chris Day, Chris Whelpdale, Joe Martin, Ronnie Henry, Fraser Franks, Jonathan Smith, Luke Wilkinson, Harry Beautyman, Matt Godden, Jack King, Tom Conlon, Mark McKee, Tom Pett, Luke Wade-Slater, Jamie Gray, Terence Vancooten, James Ferry, Ben Wilmot, Andronicos Georgiou, Ryan Johnson, Blair Turgott, Dipo Akinyemi, Liam Brady

Swindon Town – Matt Taylor, Chris Robertson, Amine Lingazi, Donal McDermott, Ben Purkiss, Matt Preston, Kyle Knoyle, Jordan Young, Tom Ouldridge, Ellis Iandolo, Will Henry, Jake Evans, James Brophy, Scott Twine

Wycombe Wanderers – Yves Makabu-Makalamby(Jan 2018), Matt Bloomfield, Nathan Tyson, Marcus Bean, Scott Brown, Adebayo Akinfenwa, Adam El-Abd, Joe Jacobson, Barry Richardson, Craig Mackail-Smith, Sam Saunders, Sido Jombati, Dayle Southwell, Will De Havilland, Nick Freemen, Max Muller

Yeovil Town – Ryan Dickson, Artur Krysiak, Nathan Smith, Omar Sowumni, Jordan Green, Joe Tomlinson, Paulius Golubickas

 

 

League One Players Out of Contract – Summer 2018

 

 

Here is a list of League One footballers who go out of contract next summer. This is just the first of these lists. I’ll publish another one at a later date as more contract information becomes available. The January transfer window changes things too so this list will evolve considerably over the rest of the season.

 

 

League One Contract Expiry Summer 2018

 

AFC Wimbledon – Barry Fuller, Darius Charles, Will Nightingale, Neset Bellikli, Joe McDonnell, Jon Meades, Paul Robinson, Toby Sibbick, Paul Kalambayi, Seth Owens, George Francomb, Dean Parrett, Alfie Egan, Egli Kaja, Lyle Taylor

Blackburn Rovers – Craig Conway, Elliot Ward, Danny Graham, Liam Feeney, Charlie Albinson, Aaron Dillon, Lewis Travis, Stefan Mols, Joe Nuttall, Lewis Thompson, Matthew Platt, Lewis Hardcastle, Lewis Mansell

Blackpool – Ben Williams, Jim McAlister, Andy Taylor, Jay Spearing, Danny Philliskirk, Nathan Delfouneso, Colin Daniel, Clark Robertson, Mark Cullen, Dolly Menga, Kelvin Mellor, Armand Gnanduillet, Sessi D’Almeida, Kyle Vassell, Jamille Matt, Raul Correira, Will Aimson

Bradford City – Lachlan Barr(31/12/17), Colin Doyle, Tony McMahon, Rouven Sattelmaier, Nicky Law, Paul Taylor, Timothee Dieng, Callum Gunner, Tyrell Robinson, Reece Webb-Foster, Jordan Gibson, Joel Grodowski

Bristol Rovers – Chris Lines, Daniel Leadbitter, Byron Moore, Sam Slocombe, Billy Bodin, Ollie Clarke, Stuart Sinclair, Thom Jonkerman, Michael Kelly, Kenan Dunnwald-Turan, Jordan Williams

Bury – Neil Danns, Chris Humphrey, Craig Jones, Greg Leigh, Scott Burgess, Zeli Ismail

Charlton Athletic – Ahmed Kashi, Dillon Phillips, Aaron Barnes, Louis Yamfam, Matt Carter, Josh Umerah, Brandon Hanlan

Doncaster Rovers – Andy Williams, James Coppinger, Andy Butler, Craig Alcock, Mathieu Baudry, Matty Blair, Ross Etheridge, Joe Wright, Louis Jones, Cedric Evina, Mitchell Lund

Fleetwood Town – Alex Cairns, Chris Neal, Ashley Eastham, Nathan Pond, George Glendon, Amari’i Bell, Michael Donohue, Luke Higham, Akil Wright, Elliot Osborne, Dion Charles, Sebastien Des Pres,

Gillingham – Lee Martin, Stuart Nelson, Steve Arnold, Gabriel Zakuani, Scott Wagstaff, Aaron Morris, Mark Byrne, Max Ehmer, Brad Garmston, Ben Nugent, Tom Hadler, Elliott List,

MK Dons – Ed Upson, Lee Nicholls, Scott Wootton, Conor McGrandles, Giorgio Rasulo, Paul Downing, Callum Brittain, Hugo Logan, Oran Jackson, Sam Nombe, Brandon Thomas-Asante

Northampton Town – Marc Richards, Alex Revell, Brendan Moloney, David Buchanan, David Cornell, Raheem Hanley, Sam Hoskins, James Goff, Lewis McGugan, Joe Iaciofano

Oldham Athletic – Brian Wilson, Ryan Flynn, Paul Green, Tope Obadeyi, Abdelhakim Omrani, Gevaro Nepomuceno, Ollie Banks, Ryan McLaughlin, Cameron Dummigan, Darius Osei, Ousmane Fane, Mason Fawns

Oxford United – Scott Shearer, Mike Williamson, Dwight Tiendalli, Ricardinho, Christian Ribeiro, Agon Mehmeti, Wes Thomas, Rob Hall, Aaron Martin, Curtis Nelson, Joe Rothwell, Gino Van Kessel, James Roberts, Manny Agboola, Malachi Napa

Peterborough United – Leonardo da Silva Lopes, Calum Chettle, Jordan Nicholson, Harrison Burrows

Plymouth Argyle – Luke McCormick, Robbert te Loeke, Toumani Diagouraga, Ryan Taylor, Jakub Sokolik, Ryan Edwards, Nathan Blissett, Nadir Ciftci

Portsmouth – Drew Talbot, Kai Naismith, Danny Rose, Curtis Main, Milan Lalkovic, Jamal Lowe, Ben Close, Adam May, Brandon Haunstrup, Christian Oxlade-Chamberlain, Theo Widdrington, Jez Beford, Nicke Kabamba, Alex Bass

Rochdale – Ian Henderon, Keith Keane, Josh Lillis, Niall Canavan, Reece Brown, Joe Bunney, Harrison McGahey, Mark Kitching, Andy Cannon

Rotherham United – Lewis Price, Richard Wood, Shaun Cummings, Lee Frecklington, Joe Newell, Jerry Yates, Mason Warren, Laurence Bilboe, George McMahon, Darnelle Bailey-King

Scunthorpe United – Andrew Crofts, Neal Bishop, Paddy Madden, Luke Williams, Conor Townsend, Kevin Van Veen, Tom Hopper, Hakeeb Adelakun, Duane Holmes, Noel Burdett, Jonny Margetts, Jack Dyche, Charlie Goode, Leslie Sackey, Simon Church

Shrewsbury Town – Louis Dodds, Abu Ogogo, Junior Brown, Lenell John-Lewis, Alex Rodman, Joe Riley, Craig MacGillivray, Arthur Gnahoua, Shaun Rowley, Dominic Smith, AJ Leitch-Smith

Southend United – Marc Antoine-Fortune, Josh Wright, Michael Turner, Michael Timlin, Simon Cox, John White, Jason Dimitriou, Anthony Wordsworth, Mark Oxley, Ryan Leonard, Ben Coker, Jermaine McGlashan, Ted Smith, Jack Bridge, Harry Kyprianou

Walsall – Simeon Jackson, Florent Cuvelier, Joe Edwads, Liam Roberts, Reece Flanagan, Amadou Bakayoko, Erhun Oztumer, Liam Kinsella

Wigan Athletic – Shaun McDonald, Noel Hunt, Alex Bruce, Gary Roberts, Jamie Jones, David Perkins, Reece James, Terell Thomas, Donervon Daniels, Sam Stubbs, Andy Kellett, Luke Burke, Adam Anson, Jack White, Victor Maffeo

 

 

Championship Players Out of Contract – Summer 2018

 

 

Here is a list of Championship footballers who go out of contract next summer. This is just the first of these lists. I’ll publish another one at a later date as more contract information becomes available. The January transfer window changes things too so this list will evolve considerably over the rest of the season.

 

 

Championship Contract Expiry Summer 2018

 

 

Aston Villa – Alan Hutton, Gabby Agbonlahor, Mark Bunn, John Terry, Chris Samba, Viktor Johansson, Emmanuel Idem, James Finnerty, Oscar Borg, Mitchell Clark, Jozef Pasorek, Alex Prosser, Khalid Abdo, Jake Doyle-Hayes, Jordan Cox, Corey Taylor, Harry McKirdy, Matija Sarkic, Kevin Toner, Callum Stretch, Callum Rowe

Barnsley – Adam Hammill, Andy Yiadom, Jack Walton, Ben Williams, Jared Bird, Shaun Tuton, Nick Townsend

Birmingham – David Davis, David Cotterill, Paul Robinson, Jacques Maghoma, Stephen Gleeson, Jonathan Grounds, Maikel Kieftenbeld, Jason Lowe, Andrew Shinnie, Jack Storer, Connal Trueman, Dan Cleary, Dominic Bernard, David Popa, Joe Redmond, Ryan Stirk, Christ Mayuba

Bolton – Mark Beevers, Ben Alnwick, Karl Henry, Mark Howard, Darren Pratley, David Wheater, Dorian Dervite, Filipe Morais, Chris Taylor, Jem Karacan, Aaron Wilbrahim, Sammy Ameobi, Derik Osede, Harry Brockbank, Ryan White, Alex Perry, Jeff King, Connor Hall, Jack Earing

Brentford – Lasse Vibe, Andreas Bjelland, Jan Novak, Zain Westbrooke

Bristol City – Diego De Girolama, Josh Brownhill, Luke Steele, Gary O’Neil, Frank Fielding, Marlon Pack, Ivan Lucic, Bobby Reid, Max O’Leary, Zak Vyner, Scott Golborne, Aden Baldwin, George Dowling, Tin Plavotic, Arnold Garita, Joe Morrell, Jonny Smith, Freddie Hinds, Shawn McCoulsky

Burton Albion – Stephen Warnock, Lloyd Dyer, Stephen Bywater, Shaun Barker, Luke Varney, Jake Buxton, Hope Akpan, Tom Flanagan, Tom Naylor, Harry Campbell, Matt Palmer, Ryan Delaney, Damien McCrory, Marcus Harness

Cardiff City – Brian Murphy, Greg Halford, Junior Hoilett, Aron Gunnarsson, Frederic Guonongbe, Ben Wilson, Declan John, Matthew Kennedy, Ibrahim Meite, Cameron Coxe

Derby – Joe Ledley(31/12/17), Jamie Hanson, Kelle Roos, Chris Baird, Jason Shackell, Darren Bent, Craig Forsyth, Johnny Russell, George Thorne, Heinrich Ravas, Josh Barnes, Alex Cover, Joe Bateman, Ethan Wassall, Calum McDonald, Kyron Stabana, Alex Babos, Lewis Walker, Emil Riis, Farrend Rawson, Kell Gordon, Matthew Yates, Fuseine Rashid, Jayden Bogle, Adam Davie

Fulham – Michael Madl, Ryan Fredericks, Ragnar Sigurdsson, Magnus Norman, Aron Davies, Sean Kavanagh, Fodoy Nabay, George Williams, Marek Rodak, Jaydn Mundle-Smith, Jayden Harris

Hull – Abel Hernandez, Moses Odubajo, Max Clark, Allan McGregor, Michael Dawson, Seb Larsson, David Meyler, Adama Diomande, Brian Lenihan, Greg Luer, Jonathan Edwards, Callum Burton, Lewis Ritson, Robbie McKenzie, Josh Clackstone, James Yates, Will Annan, Ben Hinchliffe, Ellis Barkworth, Greg Olley, Liam Edwards, Brandon Fleming, Tyler Hamilton

Ipswich – Teddy Bishop, Luke Hyam, Kevin Bru, Bartosz Bialkowski, David McGoldrick, Dean Gerken, Cole Skuse, Jonas Knudsen, Michael Crowe, Adam McDonnell, Kieffer Moore, Chris Smith, Patrick Webber, Monty Patterson, Conor McKendry, George Fowler, Nicholas Hayes, Corrie Ndaba, Shane McLoughlin, Ben Folami

Leeds – Pablo Hernandez, Eoghan Stokes, Paul McKay, Amadou Haidara, Matthew Keogh, Matty Downing, Tom Pearce, Bryce Hosannah, Romario Vieira, Clark Odour, Jack McKay

Middlesbrough – Grant Leadbitter, Fabio, Tomas Meijas, Dimi Konstantopoulos, Marcus Tavernier, Amadou Sylla, Joe Fryer, Callum Johnson, Robbie Tinkler, Joao Morelli

Millwall – David Martin(31/12/17), Tony Craig, Shaun Williams, Shaun Hutchinson, Byron Webster, Steve Morison, Lee Gregory, Tom King, Kris Twardek, Ben Thompson, Noah Chesmain, Krystian Brymora, Christian Mbulu, Sid Nelson, James Brown, Jamie Philpot, Harry Smith, Paul Rooney, Ryan Sandford, Harry Donovan, Dan McNamara, Lewis White, Noel Leighton, Nadjim Abdou

Norwich – Paul Jones, Alex Tettey, Wes Hoolahan, Tom Trybull, Harry Toffolo, Remi Matthews, Aston Oxborough, Joe Crowe, Michee Efete, Louis Ramsay, Ebou Adams, Diallang Jaiyesimi, Max Aarons, Alan Fleming

Nottingham Forest – Eric Lichaj, David Vaughan, Chris Cohen, Matthew Mills, Danny Fox, Jack Hobbs, Mustapha Carayol, Thomas Lam, Jordan Gabriel, Tim Erlandsson, Alex Iacovitti

Preston North End – Jordan Hugill, Paul Huntingdon, John Welsh, Matthew Hudson, Callum Roberts, Melle Meulensteen

QPR – Jay Emmanuel-Thomas, Steven Caulker, Jack Robinson, Jamie Mackie, Nedum Onouha, James Perch, Michael Petrasso, Reece Grego-Cox, Joe Lumley, Osman Kakay, Seny Dieng, Brandon Comley, Marcin Brzozowski, Axel Prohouly, Charlie Owens, Zenon Stylianidies, Alex Finney, Jack Williams, Danny Rowe

Reading – Tennai Watson, Stephen Quinn, Anssi Jaakkola, Joseph Mendes, Jonathan Bond, Deniss Rakels, Luke Southwood, Liam Driscoll, George Legg, Tom McIntyre, Axel Andresson, Gabriel Osho, Ramarni Medford-Smith, Omar Richards, Teddy Howe, Jake Sheppard, Ryan East, Ade Shokunbi, Andy Rinomhota, Jordan Holsgrove, Tyler Frost, Josh Barrett, Joel Rollinson, Conor Davis, Ben House, Sam Smith, Rob Dickie

Sheffield Utd – Clayton Donaldson, Jake Wright, Mark Duffy, George Long, James Wilson, Chris Hussey, Louis Reed, Julian Banton, Jake Bennett

Sheffield Wed – Adthe Nuhiu, Daniel Pudil, Glenn Loovens, Ross Wallace, Kieran Lee, Jordan Thorniley, Matthew Penney, Ash Baker, Connor O’Grady, Jack Stobbs

Sunderland – Billy Jones, Mika, Darron Gibson, John O’Shea, Marc Wilson, James Talbot, Alex Storey, Tom Beadling, Adam Bale, Brandon Taylor, Thomas Robson, Josh Robson, Owen Gamble, Ethan Robson, Chris Allan, Dan Wright, Luke Molyneux, Jean Yves Poame, Rees Greenwood

Wolves – Jack Ruddy, Jon Flatt, Jordan Graham, Sylvain Deslandes, Hakeem Odofin, Sherwin Seedorf, Ze Nuno Xavier, Daniel Armstrong, Aaron Collins, Nicolae Carnat, Jordan Allan