Phil Parkinson and his reserve counterparts have wielded the axe at Bolton Wanderers, giving marching orders to several reserve and developmental players.
Hot on the heels of the Adam Le Fondre and Alex Perry deals comes the next round of youth departures.
The most recognisable names are u23 captain Alex Honeyball, and son-of-Mike George Newell who was himself so Conor Wilkinsonish when given his chance in the first team under Neil Lennon.
Rounding out the numbers are the superbly monikered Ronaldo Pearson, Anas Abdo, Luke Griffiths, Jack Everest, Matthew Marsh, Tom Grivosti, Jordan Grant and former Blackburn Rovers man Hyuga Tanner.
News of Tanner’s departure comes as no shock, but it’s a surprise to see Grivosti and Honeyball leave given both have been mentioned as possible first teamers in the not too distant past.
Furthermore, we know Brockbank, Samizadeh Lonsdale, Earing and White have been offered another year but no word yet if they've accepted our terms.
Of course we wish them all the very best if luck with their future endeavours at Bury and Wigan Athletic.