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Nine players released by Quakers

Guylain Ndumbu-Nsungu
Ndumbu-Nsungu has failed to earn a new deal at the Arena

Darlington have released nine players following their failure to gain promotion from League Two this season.

Striker Julian Joachim and midfielders Clark Keltie and Michael Cummins are among those whom manager Dave Penney has allowed to leave the club.

Winger Neil Wainwright, striker Shaun Reay and defender Scott Wiseman have also been told they can find new clubs.

Congolese striker Guy Ndumbu-Nsungu and defenders John Brackstone and Keith Burgess were released on Tuesday.

The majority of those released were part of Penney's side throughout the season.


Joachim made 40 league appearances, scoring nine goals, while local-boy Cummins played 31 times, scoring six times.

Keltie also made a key contribution, making more than 20 starts and ending a seven-year association with the club.

Wainwright spent time on loan with Mansfield but failed to establish himself at Field Mill.

He departs having made more than 200 appearances for the Quakers since making his permanent move in 2001.

Meanwhile, keeper Nick Liversidge and midfielder Lewis Hardman, both 19, have signed one-year deals.

see also
Quakers secure Ndumbu-Nsungu deal
30 Jan 08 |  Darlington
Penney adds three more to Quakers
24 May 07 |  Darlington
Darlington snap up Ryan & Burgess
05 Jan 07 |  Darlington

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