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Shots manager releases four players

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Shots manager releases four players

Published at 7:19am 9th May 2018. (Updated at 7:23am 9th May 2018)

Several Aldershot Town players are leaving the Ebb stadium after some were let go and others announced their departure.

Manager Gary Waddock has released four players at the end of their contracts.

They are Tim Schmoll, James Rowe, Josh McQuoid and Bobby-Joe Taylor.

Meanwhile, Cheye Alexander and Jim Kellermann have told Waddock they want to further their careers with other clubs.

Former West Ham United Academy graduate Alexander played a total of 146 games for The Shots after joining on non-contract terms in February 2015, scoring five goals, including 47 appearances and two goals in 2017-18.

Swiss centre-back Schmoll joined on a non-contract deal in February 2018, but departs without having made a first-team appearance.

Kellermann made 75 appearances in two seasons with The Shots, having joined in July 2016 from the Wolverhampton Wanderers Academy, whilst Rowe played 45 games, including 31 starts, after a successful trial period last summer.

Former Maidstone United winger Taylor made 26 appearances for The Shots in 2017-18, with McQuoid playing 16 games after joining from Luton Town in January 2018.

There could be more changes - Waddock is still in discussion with other members of his squad.

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