Yeovil offers seven contracts

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Yeovil boss Terry Skiverton has offered new contracts to seven players.

Defenders Nathan Smith, Adam Virgo and Craig Alcock, midfielders Andy Welsh, Alex Russell and Billy Gibson as well as striker Dean Bowditch, whose deals all run out at the end of the season, have been handed new offers.

Young left-back Danny Fitzsimmons, who is also out of contract in the summer, has been invited back for pre-season training.


Meanwhile, Sam Williams and Martin Gritton have been told they can find other clubs.

Williams, 23, joined the Glovers in July 2009, scoring six goals in 77 appearances and fellow striker Gritton signed in March on a deal until the end of the season and featured only twice, without finding the net.

Centre-back's Paul Huntington, versatile Luke Ayling, midfield duo Ed Upson and Paul Wotton and forward Andy Williams are all under contract with Town for next season.

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