Conference South club Ebbsfleet United have announced that three players have not had their contracts renewed.
Club skipper Paul Lorraine has departed as his work commitments have meant he is unable to fit in with the Fleet`s new training regime from next season.
Also leaving Stonebridge Road are out-of-contract pair Stacy Long and Osei Sankofa.
FA Trophy winner long arrived from AFC Wimbledon for his second spell with Fleet in the last close season, while Sankofa joined after a spell with Hayes & Yeading United and played a major part in the club`s play-off push, cementing a place in the centre of defence.
Lorraine totalled more than 160 appearances in his four-year spell, which included captaining the side to victory in the 2010/11 promotion final.
Long`s statistics are similar, with upwards of 150 appearances by him in a Fleet shirt since first signing in the summer of 2006.
Sankofa, meanwhile, made thirty-eight appearances in all during 2013/14.
Talks are ongoing with several other members of the Fleet squad as well as potential transfer targets as manager Steve Brown continues to shape his squad for the forthcoming assault on the Conference South.