Cheltenham Town have released Kyle Haynes and Ethan Moore from their contracts.
Both Haynes and Moore both came through the Apprenticeship programme at the League Two club and were rewarded with professional contracts.
Defender Haynes appeared 20 times throughout his three years at the club and also spent spent time on loan at Salisbury City and Hednesford Town where it is expected he will continue his career.
Moore, who operates as a striker, joined the first-team ranks in May but hadn’t managed to feature under Manager Mark Yates.
19 year-old Haynes became Cheltenham’s youngest ever player to play in the Football League, when he made his first-team bow against Oldham Athletic in 2009, at the age of 17.
Boss Mark Yates told the club’s website: “I don’t want to stand in Kyle’s way when it comes to first-team football.”
“He is a great lad and he has been really good around the club but he needs to play football.”
“I had lengthy discussions with Kyle and we both agreed this is the right move for both the club and for Kyle. I wish him all the best for his career.”