Fleetwood Town boss Joey Barton has let 11 players depart Highbury
A number of players have left Highbury on a permanent or loan basis this month. Reflect on who has departed Town by viewing our gallery below.
After falling out of favour under Joey Barton Bolger left Fleetwood to join League Two side Lincoln City on a permanent deal. He joined Town in the summer of 2016 and racked up 84 league appearances.
Long was brought in by Barton in the summer. The forward had been training with the U18 side prior to the cancellation of his contract by mutual consent. He has since moved to Blackpool.
Grant was another Town man who spent the last of his days at Highbury training with the U18 side.
The 28-year-old joined Wrexham on a short term loan deal in November before clinching a permanent move in January.
Urwin turned his loan move at National League North leaders Chorley into a permanent switch earlier this week. His contract was terminated by mutual consent.
Development squad player Michael Donohue also left the club to turn his loan move at National League North side FC united into a permanent switch.
Spurr's season long loan deal from Championship side PNE was cut short due to injury.
Dempsey joined Town in the summer of 2016 on-loan in Huddersfield. That became a permanent move in 2017 but after falling out of favour under Barton he joined League One promotion hopefuls Peterborough on-loan until the end of the term.
McAleny arrived in 2017 but the striker's time at Town has been hit by injuries. He joined SPL side Kilmarnock on-loan until the end of the season for regular game time.
After a short term loan spell at Chorley the young defender joined their National League North promotion rivals Stockport on-loan until the end of the term.
Full-back Gethin Jones joined in January 2018 but failed to nail down a regular starting spot.
He spent time training with the U18 side before joining League Two side Mansfield on-loan until the end of the ter,
Harvey Saunders signed from National League North side Darlington but returned to the non-league side on-loan until the end of the campaign.