Four More Released As Martin Leaves The Disco

11 May 2011 10:17
Quartet shown the door Four more players have followed Argentine Hugo Colace out of the door at Oakwell as Mark Robins begins his summer reshaping. Second longest serving player Martin Devaney has been told he can find another club after six years and 175 appearances for the Reds. He joined from Watford in 2005 after a lengthy spell at home town club Cheltenham and took League One by storm as the Reds were promoted in Devaney's first season. Disco also weighed in with his fair share of goals and two memorable assists in the FA Cup run of 2007/2008, firstly crossing for Stephen Foster to equalise at Anfield against Liverpool. He also provided a fine cross in the next round against Chelsea in which Kayode Odejayi nodded the winner. First team appearances became limited when Simon Davey left however and Mark Robins shipped him out on loan to Walsall and MK Dons. Everyone at Tykes Mad would like to wish Martin all the best in the future. Three youngsters have also been told they have no future at the club. Conor Branson, Danny Fearnehough and Steven Bennett will all be looking for new clubs this summer.