Rovers quick to offload seven

Enoch Showunmi is one of seven players to be released by Tranmere Rovers this summer.

Last Updated: 08/05/12 at 13:59

Showunmi: Part of mass clearout at Prenton Park

Showunmi: Part of mass clearout at Prenton Park

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The striker, who scored four goals this season, joins Joss Labadie, Mustafa Tiryaki, Robbie Weir, David Raven, Martin Devaney and Andy Coughlin in not being offered new contracts.

Manager Ronnie Moore told the club's official website: "I'd like to thank all seven players for their time at Prenton Park, they've given me everything I have asked since I've been back.

"But we have to bring in new players for next season and to do that we need to let some go and I wish them the very best of luck for the future."

Moore confirmed earlier this week that John Welsh, Andy Robinson, Ash Taylor, Dave Buchanan and Ian Goodison had been offered new deals.

Rovers have also taken up one-year contract options on Adam McGurk, Danny Holmes and Lucas Akins.

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