Reed heads for York exit

Jamie Reed is among nine York City players to have been released by the League Two club.

Last Updated: 30/04/13 at 16:47

Jamie Reed: Leaves Bootham Crescent

Jamie Reed: Leaves Bootham Crescent

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The striker, 25, who scored 20 league goals for the Minstermen in two-and-a-half years, has not been handed a new deal.

Jason Walker, Paddy McLaughlin, Scott Kerr, Ben Everson, Jon Challinor, Michael Potts, Chris Doig and Lee Bullock will also leave Bootham Crescent.

Meanwhile, Lanre Oyebanjo, Daniel Parslow, David McGurk, Chris Smith and Tom Platt have all been offered new contracts.

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