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West Bromwich Albion have told four of their squad they can leave on free transfers.
Adam Chambers, Sekou Berthe, Simon Miotto and Phil Midworth have all been informed that they are free to leave The Hawthorns.
All four are out of contract in the summer and they do not figure in the plans of manager Bryan Robson.
"Having now had chance to assess the squad, I've decided Adam, Sekou, Simon and Phil are not part of my plans," said Robson (pictured).
"The chairman and I have spoken about cutting the size of the squad down and I don't feel I will be using these lads in The Premiership.
"But they're all terrific pros who I'm sure will do a good job elsewhere."
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