Following their relegation from League Two to the National league, Oldham Athletic have released their retained list.
In ContractJordan Clarke, Benny Couto, Vani Da Silva, Mike Fondop, Sam Hart, Hallam Hope, Jayson Leutwiler, Junior Luamba, Harrison McGahey, Will Sutton, Harry Vaughan
The Latics are currently holding contract talks with Nicky Adams and Jack Stobbs.
The following players have been releasedDylan Bahamboula, Kane Badby, Ousseynou Cisse, Raphael Diarra, Dylan Fage, Jamie Hopcutt, Kyle Jameson, Davis Keillor-Dunn, Christopher Missilou, Tope Obadeyi, Carl Piergianni, Danny Rogers, Callum Whelan
Keillor-Dunn will be a particular miss for Oldham as he scored 17 goals during an awful for the Latics. Club captain, Carl Piergianni will also not be offered a new deal and will leave Boundary Park this summer. Bahamboula has played 30 games scoring three goals and three assists from the midfield
Academy graduate Trey Turner has been offered a deal at the club that ended its 116 years in the football league and further graduates are said to be announced.
✍️ We're pleased to announce Trey Turner has also signed a professional contract for next season. #oafc
— Oldham Athletic (@OfficialOAFC) May 23, 2022
Oldham Athletic have had a very disappointing season on and off the pitch. Owner Abdallah Lemsagam is not a favourite amongst the fans and they have made this known throughout the season, by protesting against him.
They were relegated against Salford City which is more known for the protests against Lemsagam. Fans entered the pitch on the 78th minute and remained there for over an hour. The match was abandoned but then restarted 90 minutes later, however, no fans were allowed in the stadium to witness the Latic’s final few minutes in the football league.
80' | A full-blown pitch invasion has halted the game. Oldham fans in their hundreds sit in the middle of the pitch.
Oldham 1-2 Salford
— Salford City FC (@SalfordCityFC) April 23, 2022
With 13 players released they will be expecting a summer rebuild as they try and win promotion straight back to the football league next season.