Full-back Sean Clohessy leaves Kilmarnock after one season
The Englishman has agreed to terminate the final year of his deal.
Sean Clohessy has left Kilmarnock after agreeing to terminate the final year of his contract.
The defender signed a two-year deal with Allan Johnston's men last August but has agreed to leave the Scottish Premiership club now.
Clohessy made 26 appearances for the Ayrshire outfit, scoring twice, but lost his place to Ross Barbour at the end of the campaign.
The 27-year-old has previously played for Southend United and Gillingham.
Clohessy joins Kris Boyd, Darren Barr, Ismael Bouzid and Antonio Reguero out the Rugby Park exit door.
Jamie Hamill has arrived as manager Johnston looks to reshape his squad.