ACCRINGTON Stanley are waiting on contract decisions from 10 first team players after confirming new deals have been offered to the majority of those Reds out of contract.

Stanley chief John Coleman had already confirmed that defender MIchael Liddle, forward George Bowerman and youngster James Jenkins were leaving the Store First Stadium at the conclusion of their contracts.

And the club have no confirmed that 10 more players, six under the age of 24 and four over the age of 24, have been offered new deals.

Captain Luke Joyce, right back Nicky Hunt, defender Rob Atkinson and midfielder Gerardo Bruna are the quartet over 24 who have been offered deals by Coleman but those four are also now free to speak to other clubs.

Stanley have also offered terms to defender Adam Buxton, midfielders Piero Mingoia, forwards Shay McCartan, Kal Naismith and Marcus Carver and youngster Liam Goulding - who are all aged under 24.

Those six players have a month to respond to those offers under football league rules.

Goalkeeper Tony Warner and midfielder Danny Whitehead, who signed short term deals at Stanley earlier this season, have left the club.