Canaries old boy Hoolahan released by West Brom
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Norwich City legend Wes Hoolahan will end the season without a club after West Brom opted not to give him a new contract.
The 36-year-old Hoolahan - who left Carrow Road last summer after 10 years and more than 350 appearances - had been at The Hawthorns since September, but failed to start a Championship game.
He is among the five players not offered a new deal when West Brom - who made the play-offs but lost their semi-final to Aston Villa.
Former England international Gareth Barry, Scotland midfielder James Morrison were also not offered deals, but have been told they could stay if the incoming head coach wants them - and they have not found new clubs.
Goalkeeper Boaz Myhill and defender Tyrone Mears are the others not on the retained list.
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