Davis Haule and James Faulkner have both departed Haywood Way but FC have also snapped up a promising youngster from Premier League side Stoke City on loan.
The pair joined the Moles in the summer. However, Haule, has left after struggling with work commitments and Faulkner has taken a semi-retirement to assess a troublesome knee injury which has plagued his season.
Chairman Danny Martone thanked both players for their contributions but preferred to focus on the arrival of left midfielder, Matarr Touray, 18.
Martone said: “He’s a good young prospect and we’re fortunate to have him.
“We have got him for a few months from Stoke. He comes highly recommended.
“The conveyor belt will keep turning.”
Touray made his debut off the bench in the 1-0 defeat in the Red Insure Cup second round against Slough on Tuesday night.
And manager Craig Faulconbridge said he was impressed by the youngster’s contribution.