Torquay United have released Ben Camara and trialist Narada Bernard.
Camara and Narada have left Plainmoor
"Narada has been a bit unlucky, but we need to trim the squad and make it more efficient," boss Leroy Rosenior told the Herald Express newspaper.
Utility forward Camara, 19, is the fourth first-year professional to leave Plainmoor this season.
"I am looking for players all over the pitch who can improve us," added Rosenior. "If one becomes available, we must be ready to act now."
Bristol-born left-back Bernard, 22 - who prefers just to be known as Narada - began his career at Arsenal, where he played in the same youth team as Ashley Cole, before joining Bournemouth on a free transfer in 2000.
However, he was released by the Cherries last summer after making just 13 league starts in three injury-hit seasons at Dean Court.
After an eight-match spell with Woking at the start of this season, he joined Torquay - but only had one substitute outing for the Gulls' first team.