Feeney, Keogh, Smith and Lowry to depart this summer
Millwall can today confirm that Liam Feeney, Andy Keogh, Jack Smith and Shane Lowry, whose contract are set to expire, will leave the club this summer.
Feeney has been at The Den since signing from Bournemouth in 2011, making 83 appearances and scoring seven goals. His opportunities during 2013/14 were limited, though, with the winger enjoying separate loan spells with Bolton Wanderers and Blackburn Rovers.
Striker Keogh scored 18 goals in his 78 games for the club having joined in January 2012, but, like Feeney, spent a large of the season out on loan at Blackpool, where he scored three in 14 appearances for The Tangerines.
Smith has been at Millwall for almost five years and was a key member of the squad that won promotion to the Championship via the League One Play-Offs in 2010. In total the versatile defender made 123 appearances.
Australian defender Lowry, 24, first joined Millwall on loan from Aston Villa in November 2011 before making a permanent switch the following January. He was a near ever-present in 2012/13, helping The Lions to the FA Cup Semi-Finals, and grabbed two goals in his 82 games for Millwall.
The club would like to place on record its thanks and gratitude to the quartet for their efforts whilst at The Den, and wish them all the best for their future careers.
Meanwhile, talks with keeper David Forde and winger Lee Martin regarding new contracts are ongoing, whilst Jermaine Easter has put pen-to-paper on a new one-year deal at The Den.