Peterborough had something of a mixed season, the Posh looking like heading for the play-offs at one point but eventually finishing in 9th place in League One.

Fired by the goals of Jack Marriott, their 46 games saw the Posh rack up 17 wins, fight out 13 draws and lose 16 games in a campaign that saw them end up five points shy of the top-six and the play-off places.

Steve Evans, gaffer of the ABAX Stadium outfit, is preparing for another tilt at promotion from League One and has started his preparations for 2018/19 with the release of the club’s list of retained players.

Peterborough retained players list:

Conor O’Malley, Liam Shephard, Ryan Tafazolli, Andrew Hughes, Leonardo Da Silva, Marcus Maddison, George Cooper, Gwion Edwards, Joe Ward, Danny Lloyd and Jack Marriott.

The retained players list put out by Peterborough contains few surprises in that Evans and Posh are wanting to hold on to sparkling duo Marriott and Maddison, although the summer transfer window may see some movement on that front.

Gaffer Steve Evans said of the created list, “It has been a long day but decisions have been taken. Over the last 8 weeks we have analysed in great detail the respective merits of each individual within the first team squad and considered next seasons main objective. Following such a detailed review those decisions have been implemented today.”

Contracted players but available for transfer:

Steven Taylor, Alex Penny, Jack Baldwin, Anthony Grant, Jermaine Anderson, Michael Doherty, Chris Forrester, Brad Inman, Adil Nabi, Andrea Borg, Ricky Miller, Junior Morais, Morgan Penfold.

Players available for 2018/19 loans

Idris Kanu, Josh Tibbetts, Lewis Freestone, Sam Cartwright, Matty Stevens

Players released:

Callum Chettle


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