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Part 2 of my contract post.
Charlie Horlock - OUT OF CONTRACT
Like Fletcher, Gareth will need to make a call on this youngster's potential. Horlock may also want to consider his future and decide whether he's willing to sit on the bench for another season.
Alex Lynch - contracted until 2016
Many Wycombe fans, and even Alex himself, may have doubted his chances to get a game this season. However, an unfortunate injury to Ingram meant that Alex played a part in the final four games of the season, looking nervy against Plymouth in the first leg but shining in the second, before giving a mature and confident performance in the final at Wembley. Gareth now has a no.2 that can come in whenever required. However, if Ingram was to move on this summer, a call would need to be made on how ready Lynch is to be a no. 1, which may currently be a step too far.
Max Kretzschmar - contracted until 2016
May be disappointed with the lack of first team action after enjoying an impressive 2013/14 breakthrough season, Max will be hoping that he can make an impression next season and establish himself further as a professional footballer.
Fred Onyedinma - returns of parent club
Young striker with bags of promise, Fred was fantastic at stages of his loan, but frustrating during others. He'll return to Millwall a more experienced player and will no doubt play at a high level during his career.
Nathan Evans - OUT OF CONTRACT
Signed on a one-year deal as part of the Samsung competition, Nathan will most likely leave the club this summer. Samsung need to also evaluate whether this competition is helping young players emerge themselves or just giving them false hope.
Aaron Holloway - contracted until 2016
Signed on an initial short term deal after a successful trial period with the club, Aaron has emerged as a real talent this year, and will be an integral figure next year as he combines brute force with a gentle touch. Providing he can stay injury free, Holloway is a huge player for Wycombe and a rare breed at this level. Fantastic business from the club to keep him until 2016.
Alfie Mawson - returns to parent club
Much has been said of Alfie's fantastic season, so I won't add here. All I will say though is that Alfie will go down as a Wycombe legend, one who hadn't played a minute of professional football before this year and has now emerged as another huge talent. This season could have been a lot different without Alfie, and Gareth faces the monumental task of trying to replace Mawson, as a permanent deal is unfortunately an unlikely prospect with the player's potential.
Hogan Ephraim - OUT OF CONTRACT
Joining in October, Hogan has been with the club for the majority of the season, frustratingly at times unable to make his mark. Remains a hugely talented footballer who is not often suited to League 2, Hogan's touch and vision means that he can be a real asset on his day, maybe even the most naturally gifted player in the side. However, the fans have unfortunately not taken to him as the club may have hoped, and he may move on in the summer. I've tried to hold back with personal views on this post, but I'd regret it if we didn't keep Hogan on for another year, because if deployed correctly, he's far too good for League 2.
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