Derry City have released both Mark Stewart and Enda Curran from their contracts after meeting with team manager, Peter Hutton last night.
Both players were signed by ex-Derry City boss, Roddy Collins in the close season, however, new boss Hutton has opted to let the striking duo go after a meeting at the club office following last night’s EA Sports Cup defeat to Dundalk. Both Stewart and Curran were omitted from last night’s squad.
Curran, who followed Collins from Athlone Town, joined Derry on a one year deal before Christmas and scored just two goals in 13 appearances for the club. His last goal came against his former club, Athlone back in April 11th.
Stewart (25), who netted just one goal during his short stint on Foyleside in the opening game of the season against Shamrock Rovers, was signed by City following his release from Kilmarnock last year.
However, he has failed to make an impact and the club have opted to terminate his one year contract after just five months.
More to follow soon . . .