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Danny Invincibile & Alan Combe released by Kilmarnock

Danny Invincibile and Alan Combe have both left Kilmarnock
Invincibile and Combe both struggled for first-team football this season

Danny Invincibile and Alan Combe have left Kilmarnock after being released from their contracts by mutual consent.

Both players have agreed to move on, after struggling to break into the first-team at Rugby Park this season.

Goalkeeper Combe, who joined from Bradford in 2004, has not featured for the Ayrshire outfit this season after struggling with a long-term injury.

All but three of Invicibile's appearances this season have been from the bench.

The midfielder moved to the Scottish Premier League side on a free transfer from Swindon in 2003.

Combe, who has also had spells with St Mirren and Dundee United, was sidelined by a hip injury last season, losing his place in the Kilmarnock team to Scotland keeper Cammy Bell.

Meanwhile, Graeme Owens has also been told he can leave Kilmarnock.

The winger, who signed from Middlesbrough in 2009, has played just seven times for the club and has not featured at all this season.

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Sammon turns down Scunthorpe move
18 Jan 11 |  Kilmarnock
Midfielder Laurant joins Killie
13 Jan 11 |  Kilmarnock

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