Three stay - Four go at Charlton
By Paul Higham
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Addicks boss Alan Curbishley has decided to make some changes to his squad in order to find out if he needs to buy new players for the upcoming season.
Swedish striker Pringle is the main benefactor as he has been awarded a new contract despite missing a large chunk of the season with a severe double leg break.
Pringle was on loan at Grimsby Town when he suffered the injury but has fought back bravely and has been offered the new deal in view of his current contract expiring in the summer - to the delight of the player.
Curbishley has also got his wish to keep hold of Bart-Williams after his successful loan spell from Nottingham Forest while Paul Robson has also been handed new terms.
There was bad news for the four released players, including Ilic who famously saved Michael Gray's penalty to get Charlton into The Premiership in the play-off final.
Ilic joins Eddie Youds, Charlie MacDonald and Lee Snodin out of the exit door at The Valley.