Luton Town have begun their squad reshaping by releasing Lathaniel Rowe-Turner, Jake Woolley and Jerome Jibodu.
Defender Rowe-Turner has had the final two months on his contact cancelled by mutual consent, whilst Jibodu and Woolley’s respective contracts have come to an end.
Rowe-Turner joined the Hatters in the summer of 2012, went onto make 48 appearances for the club, including the historical 1-0 win at Norwich City last season.
Woolley, 20, came through Town’s academy and was awarded his first professional deal under former boss Paul Buckle.
He made 11 appearances, including five in the league, with his most memorable moment, setting up Stuart Fleetwood’s equaliser at Darlington.
This year, Woolley has spent a large chunk of the campaign on loan at Calor Southern League Premier Division side St Neots.
Meanwhile, Jibodu, who also came through the ranks, made just one appearance for Town’s first team, as he started the FA Trophy victory over Skelmersdale United last season.
He has been on loan at Biggleswade and Boreham Wood this season, before most recently helping Dunstable Town win the Southern League Division One Central title.
Town boss John Still told the club’s official website: “I would like to thank all three players for their professionalism and attitude whilst with the club and wish them well in their future careers.”
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