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Charlton Athletic Women have released 10 first-team players.

Sophie Hillyerd, Rebecca Jane, Vyan Sampson, Hollie Olding, Jess King, Elisha Sulola, Megan Wynne and Elise Hughes will all be free agents once their contracts expire.

King has been part of the Addicks since 2020, while Sulola and Sampson signed in January 2021. The other five players joined Charlton when the club turned professional at the start of the 2021-22 season.

King was awarded the club’s PFA Community Champion award in 2021, thanks to her outstanding contribution to the community.

Sampson represented Jamaica during her time at the club and Hughes and Wynne represented Wales.

Jorja Fox (Chelsea) and Katie Robinson (Brighton & Hove Albion) will also leave following the expiration of their loan deals.

The duo joined Charlton in the January window and featured in the Young Lionesses squad during their time with the Addicks.

Charlton head coach Karen Hills said: “I would like to offer my thanks to Sophie, Rebecca, Vyan, Hollie, Jess, Elisha, Megan, Elise, Jorja and Katie. All of these players have given their everything for the club and the badge and each and every one of them has played an important role in the squad. I would like to offer my deepest thanks and I wish them all the very best for the future.”

The club remains in negotiations with a number of players and will release details of new contracts throughout the summer.

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