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Nottingham Forest have released four players from their academy, with Josh Thomas, Elliott Ackroyd, Eurico Sebastiao and Jordan Palmer-Samuels all free to look for new clubs.
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Interim head of the academy Gary Brazil said: "These boys have been with us for a long time but are now looking to take their careers forward.
"They have been a credit to the club and I hope they go on to be successful no matter which direction they take."
heyremind me of Utd's treble winning side. Swashbuckling and risk prone. We ha Jaap Stam to paper over the cracks at the back though. Not sure they have their Jaap yet.
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