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Several New Contracts Offered as Walsall Seek to Secure Their Squad
 
Several New Contracts Offered as Walsall Seek to Secure Their Squad

Several New Contracts Offered as Walsall Seek to Secure Their Squad

11:38 am Thursday, 4 May 2017  
Walsall Football Club have today published their 'released and retained' list as manager Jon Whitney looks to secure much of his squad ahead of the 2017/18 campaign which begins in August.
Walsall Football Club have today published their 'released and retained' list as manager Jon Whitney looks to secure much of his squad ahead of the 2017/18 campaign which begins in August.

Among those offered new deals are; Neil Etheridge (three years), Matt Preston (two years) and Liam Roberts (one year plus one-year option), who are all out-of-contract this summer.

While midfielder Rory Oliver has been offered an extended deal (six months) as he continues his rehabilitation from injury.  Negotiations are ongoing with Milan Butterfield.

The club also confirmed that contracts have been offered to scholars Tobias Hayles-Docherty - who made his first-team debut in the penultimate game of the season against Port Vale - Cameron Peters, Will Shorrock and Sam Tonks.

Meanwhile Callum Cockerill-Mollett and Dan Vann are already contracted going into next season.

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