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Unlucky 13 to leave Barnet

Barnet have released 13 players following their relegation from the Football League.

Last Updated: 22/05/13 at 15:28

Edgar Davids: Will have to rebuild in the summer

Edgar Davids: Will have to rebuild in the summer

The Bees, who announced on Tuesday that head coach Edgar Davids will stay on to lead their bid to bounce straight back next season, have offered a new contract to striker Ricky Holmes and are due to open talks with winger Keanu Marsh-Brown.

But defender Barry Fuller, former Everton midfielder John Oster and ex-Celtic forward Craig Beattie head the list of departures.

Goalkeepers Michel Kuipers and Liam O'Brien, defenders Clovis Kamdjo and Chiro N'Toko, winger Ishmail Kamara and youngsters Kamal Guthmy, Jamal Hackett, George McClusky, Ramario Redley and Ishmail Thomas have also been released.

Among the players retained by the Bees are Curtis Weston, Jake Hyde and Mark Byrne while the likes of Graham Stack, David Stephens, Harry Crawford and Jon Nurse are still under contract for next season.

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