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Five players make Portsmouth exit

Portsmouth defender Noe Pamarot
Noe Pamarot made 22 appearances for Pompey last season

Portsmouth have continued their busy preparations for next season by releasing five players.

Noe Pamarot, Lauren, Glen Little, Djimi Traore and Jerome Thomas have been told their contracts will not be renewed.

Full-back Traore has already signed a two-year deal with French top-flight outfit AS Monaco.

Striker Kanu is considering a one-year extension while defender Sol Campbell, who is also out of contract, could begin negotiations for a new deal.

"Whether there will be further talks, we will look at it next week," said Pompey chairman Peter Storrie.

Former Arsenal defender Lauren, 32, and ex-Liverpool left-back Traore, 29, did not feature for Portsmouth last season, while defender Pamarot, 30, played 22 matches.

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Winger Thomas, 26, who signed from Charlton in August 2008, made only three appearances, while Little, 33, who arrived from Reading last year, featured eight times.

Glen Johnson, Jermaine Pennant and Armand Traore have also departed Fratton Park in the close season.



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see also
Bolton sign Davis from Portsmouth
01 Jul 09 |  Bolton
Johnson completes Liverpool move
26 Jun 09 |  Liverpool
Hreidarsson commits to Portsmouth
24 Jun 09 |  Portsmouth
Portsmouth's Traore joins Monaco
19 Jun 09 |  Portsmouth


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