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Ins and outs

Filed: Tuesday, 23rd May 2006
By: Matthew O'Greel

West Ham have confirmed that six pros will be leaving the club this summer.

The most notable of those are full-back Lionel Scaloni, whose temporary contract expires next month and Trent McClenahan, the young Australian defender who has spent much of this season on loan with relegated MK Dons.

The other pros being released are recent signings Petr Mikolanda and Sekou Baradji plus Darren Blewitt and Matthew Reed.

Meanwhile several youth team players have been given the chop; they include Darren Behcet and David Cowley, who was considered one of the club's most highly rated youngsters less than 12 months ago.

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