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Ipswich Town release Tomas Holy, James Norwood, Tom Carroll and Myles Kenlock



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Ipswich Town have released four players following the completion of the League One season.

James Norwood, Myles Kenlock, Tomas Holy and Tom Carroll will all leave Portman Road when they reach the end of their contracts this summer.

Noorwood had already confirmed that he would be leaving the Blues ahead of the final game of the season against Charlton, saying: "I've met some great people around the place during my time here. They helped me settle in quickly and provided me with some great conversations.

James Norwood had already confirmed he would be leaving Portman Road. Picture: Barry Goodwin
James Norwood had already confirmed he would be leaving Portman Road. Picture: Barry Goodwin

"Ipswich are in good hands with the boss and his coaching staff, I've really come to enjoy everything about the gaffer, Martyn and Chaz having worked closely with them and I wish them all the best."

After making the move to Suffolk in 2019, the striker scored 28 goals in 88 appearances in all competitions.

Having spent the last six months on loan at Colchester United, Kenlock departs having made 103 appearances for the Blues since making his senior debut in 2015.

Tomas Holy spent the second half of last season on loan with League Two side Port Vale. Picture: Barry Goodwin
Tomas Holy spent the second half of last season on loan with League Two side Port Vale. Picture: Barry Goodwin

Like Kenlock, Holy also left Portman Road on loan in January, and leaves Suffolk with 65 appearances to his name.

Former Tottenham midfielder Carroll only joined the club on a one-year deal last summer, and leaves after only 17 appearances in a Town shirt.