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Leyton Orient announce retained list and make Jake Caprice, Christian Scales and Rommy Boco available for transfer

PUBLISHED: 13:40 11 May 2018 | UPDATED: 13:40 11 May 2018

Jake Caprice looks to bring the ball forward for Leyton Orient against Ebbsfleet United (pic: Simon O'Connor).

Jake Caprice looks to bring the ball forward for Leyton Orient against Ebbsfleet United (pic: Simon O'Connor).

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Josh Koroma and Myles Judd will be part of the squad at Brisbane Road next season while Sam Sargeant has been offered a new deal

Rommy Boco in action for Leyton Orient at Wrexham (pic: Simon O'Connor).Rommy Boco in action for Leyton Orient at Wrexham (pic: Simon O'Connor).

Leyton Orient have announced their retained list following the conclusion of the 2017/18 National League season and there are very few surprises.

The main news to come from the announcement is the fact Jake Caprice, Christian Scales and Rommy Boco have been transfer listed despite all three having another year to run on their contract.

Boco and left-back Scales failed to feature under O’s head coach Justin Edinburgh, while right-back Caprice’s last appearance for Orient was the 1-0 defeat at home to Torquay United on March 13.

The positive news from the retained list is the fact young goalkeeper Sam Sargeant has been offered a new contract while academy forward Ruel Sotiriou has also been offered his first professional deal.

Leyton Orient goalkeeper Sam Sargeant catches a cross against Dover Athletic (pic: Simon O'Connor).Leyton Orient goalkeeper Sam Sargeant catches a cross against Dover Athletic (pic: Simon O'Connor).

Another member of the under-18s, Arthur Janata, has been offered a third-year scholar contract as well.

The released list doesn’t carry many surprises with first-teamers Nathan Mavila, Rian McLean and Charley Barker departing while academy players Toby Stevenson and Andrew Camilo-Tayaca, both second-year scholars, haven’t been offered pro contracts.

As expected, Orient have exercised the option in Josh Koroma and Myles Judd’s deals to keep them at Brisbane Road for another season.

Meanwhile mid-season loan signings Dan Holman, Lamar Reynolds and Ebou Adams have returned to their parents club now, but Holman has already confirmed he will be leaving Cheltenham Town and Adams is departing Norwich City.

Adams remains in talks with Orient over a permanent deal with Edinburgh revealing he is keen to sign the midfielder before the end of the season.

The players under contract for the 2018/19 campaign are Dean Brill, Charlie Grainger, Joe Widdowson, George Elokobi, Josh Coulson, Marvin Ekpiteta, Dan Happe, Sam Ling, Alex Lawless, Charlie Lee, Craig Clay, Jobi McAnuff, James Brophy, James Dayton, Macauley Bonne, David Mooney and Matt Harrold.

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