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Magpies announce list changes

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Matthew Goodyear played two senior games for Collingwood during 2016.

Collingwood Football Club thanks Tim Golds, Matthew Goodyear and Darrean Wyatt for their services to the club after advising the trio they will not be offered contracts for season 2017.

Goodyear arrived at the Holden Centre at the end of 2014 as pick 48 in the National Draft. He played two senior games and was a strong contributor to the VFL side in their 2016 campaign.

Golds came on to Collingwood’s list as a rookie at the start of 2016 and wasn’t able to secure a senior game, having previously played six matches for the GWS Giants. Golds played every game in the VFL 2016 season.

Melbourne-born basketballer Wyatt joined the Magpies as a Category B rookie at the end of 2015 after playing college basketball in the US. The utility was in and out of the VFL side as he continued his development as a footballer.

GM Football Graeme Allan thanked the three players for their contribution to the Magpies.

“Tim, Matt and Darrean are all great young men who showed professionalism and commitment to the Collingwood program and we wish them all the best in the future,” Allan said.

Their departures follow the retirements of Brent Macaffer, Dane Swan and Alan Toovey.